Recently it seems like Hollywood can’t stop picking on the Jenners!
This past week, Kendall Jenner took to Twitter to let go of some steam, tweeting:
“Just wish things could be easier sometimes mann.”
Kurt Cobain’s daughter, Frances Bean, felt the need to address Kendall’s tweet, stating:
“I’d rather be a scumbag than a f–king idiot. Praise high IQ’s, good taste & awareness about the state of the world.”
But that wasn’t all. That tweet has been deleted from Frances’ Twitter, but a few others remain:
@KendallJenner oh shh. There are kids on earth abandoned & homeless who forcibly drink contaminated water because clean water isn’t accessible.
@KendallJenner oh ya, not to mention, CANCER, famine, poverty, draught, disease, natural disasters, Death. Fuck, Humans are so self involved.
I’d like to thank my parents for providing me with a high IQ & I’d like to thank my grams for encouraging me not to be a self absorbed idiot.
It is true that Kendall Jenner is better off than most 17 year-old girls in this world.
However, I don’t think Frances had the right to lash out on her like that. We all have bad days when we feel like the world is crashing down on us, privileged or not.
And Kendall used that argument to defend herself.
But Frances still wasn’t having it.
She continued the Twitter feud, tweeting:
@KendallJenner everyone’s problems are relative and I in now way meant to demean you’re issues but publicly complaining about how hard your
@KendallJenner life is, is completely self serving. It’s asking for attention. If you are feeling like shit talk to someone who you trust
@KendallJenner as opposed to fishing for sympathy from your followers. I don’t know you nor do I think ur a bad person.
@KendallJenner I believe that venting about ones problems via the Internet is a blatant cry for attention.We all have experienced pain
@KendallJenner i try to deal w/ pain in a manner that pertains to my real life not in a way where strangers throw me a pity party.
@KendallJenner To each their own though man. It’s not my life, live it in whatever manner you want to.
Now, here is where I agree with Frances. Too many people have gotten comfortable using social media as an online diary. Got a bad grade on a test? Post in on Facebook. Stuck in traffic? Complain about it on Twitter. Waiter messed up your order? Take a picture and put it on Instagram.
It may not be that you’re looking for pity, but that’s what it comes off as. People will see your complaints and either respond or ignore them.
What ever happened to talking it out with kith and kin?
I’m sure Kendall has a great support system amongst the Kardashian/Jenner family. She can surely vent to one of them.
No need to post on Twitter and fuel a war with Frances.
Hopefully Frances has calmed down about this, though.
Kendall isn’t the only Jenner getting heat. Her mother, Kris Jenner, is being criticized by Sharon Osbourne for “pimping out her children” to make money and become famous.
I think “pimping” is the wrong word here. She helps her children, Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney with their clothing store, Dash, and Rob with his sock collection. Kendall and Kylie are models.
I don’t ever recall her selling them for sex.
Sharon goes on to say that Kris Jenner’s upcoming talk show is “going to bomb harder than Ricki Lake’s one season flop.” She can’t wait for the trainwreck apparently.
Kris fought back saying that Sharon is only clinging to her husband for fame and her show “The Talk” is boring.
I don’t know what’s going with these two but it doesn’t look pretty.
Hopefully these ladies figure things out before words become catfights.