Kylie Jenner called a monster, shamed by activists in parking garage attack

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) /

Activists call Kylie Jenner a monster, shamed for wearing fur

Kylie Jenner went head to head with a group of animal rights activists, who cornered Kylie in a parking garage calling her a monster while shaming Kylie for her past use of fur in fashion.

According to TMZ, Kylie was enjoying some time out and about in Beverley Hills over the weekend when she dropped by Moncler for a bit of shopping. What started as a pleasant trip out — perhaps doing some last-minute holiday shopping — quickly took an unexpected turn for the worst when Kylie was confronted by a group of animal rights activists who had some choice words for the youngest Kardashian-Jenner.

While attempting to make her way to her car after finishing up her shopping, Kylie was cornered by activists who took aim at Kylie’s endorsement of fur in fashion in wearing fur and supporting brands known for selling fur in stores.

Blocking Kylie’s Rolls-Royce, the activists did not hold back calling Kylie a monster while shaming her for wearing fur obtained in the most inhumane of ways. As TMZ reports, among the many things shouted at Kylie during the activists’ parking garage attack were “You’re a monster,” “Shame on you,” and “Animals are skinned alive.”

Things apparently got so heated that two protestors even managed to make it into Kylie’s car at one point while others tried blocking her path to the car. Fortunately, Kylie was out with her security detail who helped Kylie out in a pinch.

Kylie has long been criticized for supporting the wearing of fur, but it’s been some time since Kylie faced off with activists in a parking lot showdown — at least in some time.

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Do you think it’s time Kylie Jenner finally stopped supporting the use of fur in fashion by taking a more vocal stance against the use of real fur? Do you think the activists were wrong to target Kylie in a parking garage?