Kylie Jenner has more than 108 million followers on Instagram. This is translating into serious cash per post for the 20-year-old. According to the firm D’Marie Analytics, she makes over $1,000,000 per post across her social media portfolio. This means that every one of Jenner’s tweets, Snapchat Stories or Instagram posts including is reportedly equivalent to $1 million. The Kylie Cosmetics founder’s sisters trail far behind.

Kylie Jenner criticized for throwing a ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ party

Kylie Jenner recently hosted a birthday party for her best friend Anastasia Karanikolaou, but many weren’t too fond of the theme.

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Over the weekend, the beauty mogul threw a bash inspired by the Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale,” which focuses on a dystopian future where women’s rights have been stripped away and they are forced to live under a theocratic dictatorship. 

Jenner’s home was transformed into Gilead, the fictional setting of the book-turned-show, and partygoers sipped on specialty cocktails named “Praise Be Vodka” and “Under His Eye Tequila.” Her guests also dressed in red capes similar to the garbs worn by the women on the series, who are repeatedly raped and forced to have children for the upper class.

Jenner posted scenes from the event to her Instagram Stories, and critics were quick to condemn her. Several were shocked and called the affair a bad idea. 

Many questioned whether she understood or had even seen the show. They felt she was ignoring the series’ themes of female oppression.

Others called her tone deaf and said her actions were disheartening. 

And a few were supportive of the party. Some even said they were “jealous.”

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