Caitlyn Jenner didn’t mean to be insensitive by posting a photo of daughter Kylie Jenner to Instagram just hours after news broke that Kim Kardashian had been robbed at gunpoint by five burglars on Monday, October 3.
In a new Instagram post on Tuesday, October 4, the transgender star offers Kardashian, 35, support by acknowledging the terrifying incident.
“Love my girl! After hearing the full story, I'm so thankful she's OK,” Jenner wrote alongside a black-and-white photo of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star from a recent shoot. “It's a reminder for us all to be careful in the uncertainty of this world.”
As previously reported, Jenner, 66, faced backlash after she shared an Instagram post about spending time with daughter Kylie, 19, on Monday afternoon, while the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner clan avoided social media immediately after the social media maven’s terrifying ordeal.
“Had so much fun with Kylie at Sunday's car show,” the LGBT activist captioned a snap with the lip kit creator at a car show. “Here we are with my friend Jeff Dunham's original #Batmobile.”
“What a prick thing to do after what happened to Kim,” one follower commented on the post. “Publicity hunger fraud of a human being.” Another added: “How is it that everyone else in your ‘family’ is respectful enough not to post trivial s–t hours after Kim is bound and gagged at gunpoint but you post pictures of yourself with a car? Super classy.”
Kardashian’s rep told Us after the incident that the Selfish author, 35, was “badly shaken, but physically unharmed.”
An investigation into the $10 million heist is ongoing. The perpetrators — who escaped on bicycles with Kardashian’s belongings after holding her at gunpoint and binding her hands with zip ties and tape — are still at large.
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