Kyle Kennedy speaks out.
With her celebrity, Caitlyn Jenner could have been such an amazing agent for change in the world. She certainly could have altered the perception of transgender people in the United States for the better.
Unfortunately, old habits die hard and bad habits even harder.
The former Olympian's conservative beliefs, such as once being against same-sex marriage, have muddied any message she could have sent. And then she voted for Donald Trump.
While she may be disappointed with his presidency so far, that hasn't encouraged the KUWTK star to keep her distance; she met with White House officials on Thursday, though the reason for her visit was kept rather vague. A rep confirmed:
The Fyre Festival is facing even more heat!
As we've reported, the failed "luxury" music festival organized by Ja Rule and tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland was "fully postponed" after concertgoers arrived to embarrassingly horrendous conditions on the Exuma island of the Bahamas on Friday.
For many of the attendees, the Fyre experience was sold to them via the likes of Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, Hailey Baldwin, and other high-profile influencers (AKA Instagram models) who promoted it on social media.
For instance, take a look at this now-laughable marketing video for the "transformative weekend" (below):
The fans are leaving in droves!
Meanwhile, remaining followers were all over the comments section of a photo of the reality star in a bikini, calling her out for being fake:
Paris Jackson is really proving to be one smart, caring young woman.
Paris, who has been honest with her struggles with suicide in the past, obviously feels very strongly towards the subject.
The teen shared a post (below), which explains why the show can be triggering and painful for people with depression, suicidal thoughts, or for those who self-harm.