Fans just want Kylie Jenner to stop Instagramming while driving

Kylie Jenner seems to be obsessed with Instagramming while driving, and her fans want it to stop.

While driving to her mother Kris Jenner’s 64th birthday party, the social media mogul posted several stories to Instagram from behind the wheel of her orange Bugatti.

Jenner can be seen lip-syncing the words to Kid Cudi’s song “My World” in one of the videos.

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In another video, Jenner stares directly into the camera while filming and driving. She poses while the puppy filter tracks her face and barely even looks at the street. (Hopefully, she was just stopped at a red light.)

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She also uploaded a video aimed toward the street with her hands on the wheel of the car, just in case there was any room for doubt that Jenner wasn’t actually driving.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4gD8UkoyMy/

Fans were quick to condemn Jenner’s bad habit.

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“People seem to be ignoring the amount @KylieJenner is on her phone while driving?? We acting like that isn’t illegal and doesn’t cause horrific accidents?” user @sian_mcnultyx wrote on Twitter.

Some are upset that the billionaire influencer isn’t being more careful about how she is using her platform that reaches millions of young people.

“Kylie Jenner recording and posting Instagram videos WHILE DRIVING sure is a good influence come on, girl. You’ve got a big audience,” another user wrote.

This is not the first time Jenner is receiving backlash for using her phone while driving. Back in 2015, she made headlines for texting and driving just weeks after Caitlyn Jenner was involved in a deadly accident that claimed the life of a 69-year-old woman.

Jenner has yet to address her fans’ concerns, but hopefully, she will listen to them and put her phone down while behind the wheel.

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H/T Teen Vogue

Tiffanie Drayton

Tiffanie Drayton

Tiffanie Drayton is a geek culture and lifestyle reporter whose work covers everything from gender and race to anime and Xbox. Her work has appeared in Complex, Salon, Marie Claire, Playboy, and elsewhere.