Kylie Jenner accused of scamming fans with social giveaway

Kylie Jenner attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Kylie Jenner attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) /

Kylie Jenner has come under fire and is being accused of scamming her 200 million followers with a social giveaway too good to be true. 

Kylie Jenner has a way of connecting with fans; however, it seems fans are not quite sure how to process Kylie’s latest promotional Instagram post which many feel is a bit too good to be true.

Sitting on a lighted staircase in her California home, Kylie poses surrounded by Louis Vuitton luxury bags for a pair of promotional shots designed to promote what Kylie dubs a “life-changing” giveaway! As described by Kylie, the youngest Kardashian-Jenner encourages her 200+ million followers to enter to win a giveaway in which the winner will walk away with $70,000 on preloaded VISA cards as well as the luxury bags surrounding Kylie in the photo.

It’s truly an incredible giveaway; however, many fans are putting Kylie on blast and accusing her of scamming followers.

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While many have been quick to toss their name in the hat in hopes of winning the unreal giveaway, others are calling Kylie out and questioning her decision to post what is being viewed by many as a scam.

“Girl this looks like a scam,” one fan bluntly wrote. “It’s a scam and always gets deleted,” argued another referencing similar giveaways posted by the Kardashian-Jenner family which have a tendency to be removed shortly after the giveaway window closes.

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In questioning the validity of the giveaway, many were quick to point out that while the Kardashian-Jenner family often posts these incredible and unbelievable giveaways, the winners never seem to be publicized nor do they come forward to share their luck with fellow fans.

“I’ve never seen anyone post anything about winning so doubt it,” one user wrote in responding to a fellow fan’s question of the validity of the giveaway. “No one ever wins these,” wrote another puzzled and frustrated fan.

While it’s hard to determine just how real the giveaway is, clearly Kylie’s fans are not happy with what they view to be a scam type post!

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