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Kylie Jenner slapped for wearing MINK fur slippers hours after mourning of animals killed in forest fires

Kylie Jenner has been identified by fans as a “hypocrite” for wearing real mink fur slippers just hours after mourning the fires in Australia that killed half a billion animals.

The reality star, 22, was declared “disconnected” after showing her £ 1,080 Louis Vuitton homely flat mule slippers on Instagram, right after rescuing a post from a koala rescued from fire with the caption “this breaks my heart.”

The decision to wear real animal fur shoes after expressing her heartache over the devastating consequences of the forest fires, infuriated social media followers with one letter: “Rich people are so disconnected that it is unreal.”

Backlash: Kylie Jenner was called 'hypocrite' by fans because they wore real mink fur slippers, just hours after mourning the fires in Australia that killed half a billion animals

Backlash: Kylie Jenner was called ‘hypocrite’ by fans because they wore real mink fur slippers, just hours after mourning the fires in Australia that killed half a billion animals

Really not: the reality star, 22, was named because she was “so disconnected” after showing off her £ 1,080 Louis Vuitton homely flat mule slippers on Instagram, right after sharing a post of a koala rescued from fire with the caption ‘this’ breaks my heart’

Another wrote: “When I saw Kylie Jenner’s message about the koalas killed by the fires in Australia, followed by a photo of her mink sandals in her Instagram story, I really realized the extent to which the stupidity of the Kardashian family reaches out. “

Another follower typed: ‘likeee … kylie jenner who posts a boohoo about dying koalas and then immediately poses in her real fur shoes. how would you like someone to come to you alive sister. ”

A fan praised Kylie for raising awareness of the forest fires, but struck the movement to wear the sandals while droves called her a hypocrite.

They wrote: ‘b4 this does not blow me wrong I appreciate her supportive awareness and donate money (she may not have talked about it, but I am sure she did it) but crying about koalas than posting this is not smart in all . ”

The post: The decision to wear real animal fur shoes after expressing her heartache about the devastating impact of the forest fires, made social media followers furious

The post: The decision to wear real animal fur shoes after expressing her heartache about the devastating impact of the forest fires, made social media followers furious

The post: The decision to wear real animal fur shoes after expressing her heartache about the devastating impact of the forest fires, made social media followers furious

Immediately afterwards: the reality star expressed her heartache about the loss of millions of animals

Immediately afterwards: the reality star expressed her heartache about the loss of millions of animals

Immediately afterwards: the reality star expressed her heartache about the loss of millions of animals

Another wrote: “Kylie placing her mink fur sandals right after her koala’s dying post peak fake watch, I hate to see it.

Another added: “That terrible person that Kylie Jenner had posted about koalas who died in Australia, then placed themselves with slippers made from ANIMAL FUR. Made from real mink fur. An animal had to die for her slippers, just ahead of Kylie. “

Another fan wrote: “Kylie Jenner who posts a story about the koalas in Australia and then places a photo of her mink fur slippers in the story immediately afterwards is a big OOP.”

Others flocked to social media to ask if Kylie – owner of a billionaire makeup brand – donated to the disaster after sharing the post.

Furious: fans went to Twitter to close Kylie's decision and accuse her of 'hypocrisy'

Furious: fans went to Twitter to close Kylie's decision and accuse her of 'hypocrisy'

Furious: fans went to Twitter to close Kylie’s decision and accuse her of ‘hypocrisy’

MailOnline has contacted representatives of Kylie Jenner for comments.

Kylie has not yet commented on the social media response, but older sister Kim Kardashian, 39, hit a follower on Monday because she claimed the family had not donated to the disaster.

They wrote: ‘nothing makes me more excited than to see the Kardashians / Jenners talk about climate change / forest fires and not even donate a cent. @KimKardashian @khloekardashian @KylieJenner @KendallJenner m @ kourtneykardash

Kim replied, “Nothing excites me more than seeing people think they know what we have given and thinking we should publish everything.”

In November, Kim was labeled as “show deaf” for teasing some “exciting news” for Australian fans on Twitter amid the furious forest fires.

‘Hello Australia! I have some exciting news soon, just in time for the vacation. Can you guess what it is? Keep looking for the big announcement … “Kim Tweeted.

She added in a video: “I am sending you something very special and it is coming very quickly … Stay informed and follow very quickly.”

Many of Kim’s Australian fans were furious with the mail, which seemed to promote the launch of her new scent.

At the time of Kim’s Tweet, there were more than 50 fires in New South Wales and Queensland and a state of emergency had been declared.

She later gave a sincere message to the victims of forest fires during an interview with the Australian breakfast show Sunrise.

We have: Kylie has yet to respond to the social media backlash, but older sister Kim Kardashian, 39, hit back on a follower because she claimed the family had not donated to the disaster

We have: Kylie has yet to respond to the social media backlash, but older sister Kim Kardashian, 39, hit back on a follower because she claimed the family had not donated to the disaster

We have: Kylie has yet to respond to the social media backlash, but older sister Kim Kardashian, 39, hit back on a follower because she claimed the family had not donated to the disaster

After talking extensively about her new scent on the Channel Seven program, Kim concluded her interview with the following: “I just hope everyone is safe and well after all the fires in Australia. We are praying for you here. ”

So far, Australian forest fires have killed 26 people, destroyed more than 2,000 homes and destroyed more than four million hectares of land.

It is estimated that half a billion animals have been swept away in the flames that have been burning through much of Australia’s east coast since October.

Forest fires are common during the summer in the southern hemisphere, and Australians generally take them pragmatically.

No: In November, Kim was labeled 'tone dove' for teasing some 'exciting news' to Australian fans on Twitter amid the furious forest fires - she later sent a message of support

No: In November, Kim was labeled 'tone dove' for teasing some 'exciting news' to Australian fans on Twitter amid the furious forest fires - she later sent a message of support

No: In November, Kim was labeled ‘tone dove’ for teasing some ‘exciting news’ to Australian fans on Twitter amid the furious forest fires – she later sent a message of support

“Just in time for the holidays”: “Hello Australia! I have some exciting news soon, just in time for the vacation. Can you guess what it is? Keep looking for the big announcement … “Kim Tweeted

Haunting: An estimated half a billion animals were swept away in the flames that have been burning through much of Australia's east coast since October

Haunting: An estimated half a billion animals were swept away in the flames that have been burning through much of Australia's east coast since October

Haunting: An estimated half a billion animals were swept away in the flames that have been burning through much of Australia’s east coast since October

But this year’s fires arrived unusually early, fueled by drought and the hottest and driest year in the country on record.

Experts have recently described how two colossal heroes in Victoria and New South Wales could meet to form a ‘mega fire’.

On Kangaroo Island, a retreat off the coast of South Australia for some of the country’s most endangered creatures, teams had arrived to help kill cattle and wildlife injured in the fire.

Heartbreaking: a dead kangaroo is seen on Kangaroo Island after a few days of fire

Heartbreaking: a dead kangaroo is seen on Kangaroo Island after a few days of fire

Heartbreaking: a dead kangaroo is seen on Kangaroo Island after a few days of fire

Devastating: cows are dead in their paddock after a bushfire in Coolagolite

Devastating: cows are dead in their paddock after a forest fire in Coolagolite

Devastating: cows are dead in their paddock after a forest fire in Coolagolite

Harrowing: So far, Australian forest fires have killed 26 people, destroyed more than 2,000 homes and destroyed more than four million hectares of land

Harrowing: So far, Australian forest fires have killed 26 people, destroyed more than 2,000 homes and destroyed more than four million hectares of land

Harrowing: So far, Australian forest fires have killed 26 people, destroyed more than 2,000 homes and destroyed more than four million hectares of land

THE BUSHFIRE CRISIS OF AUSTRALIA – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Evacuations are underway and there are emergency warnings in NSW, Victoria and South Australia, as the authorities predict that the devastating forest fires will continue to burn until at least March.

At least 23 people have been killed in fire throughout the country since the bushfire season began in October, six more are missing in areas affected by fire

NEW SOUTH WALES / ACT

  • Two people are not mentioned – one near Bodalla on the south coast and the other person from Bombala near the Victorian border
  • At least 150 forest fires burned in NSW on Sunday
  • 18 people dead
  • 3.6 million hectares burned, larger than the size of Belgium
  • At least 1,365 houses confirmed destroyed

VICTORIA

  • Two people dead, four missing
  • About 50 forest fires burn
  • More than 784,000 hectares burned
  • 330 structures confirmed destroyed but expected considerably more

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

  • Three people, including two from Kangaroo Island, are dead
  • 17 forest fires burn, four of significance
  • More than 100,000 hectares burned
  • 88 houses confirmed destroyed
  • Approximately 600 properties on Kangaroo Island remain without power with SA Power Networks that warn that it may take some time for crews to access the fire department to assess damage

QUEENSLAND

  • 33 forest fires burn
  • 250,000 hectares burned
  • 45 houses confirmed destroyed

WEST AUSTRALIA

  • More than 35 forest fires burn, two of significance
  • 1.5 million hectares burned
  • A house confirmed destroyed

TASMANIA

  • 23 forest fires burn, two of significance
  • 30,000 hectares burned
  • Destroyed two houses confirmed

NORTHERN TERRITORY

  • Five fires burn
  • Destroyed five houses confirmed

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