Kylie Jenner deletes video of new $3M Bugatti Chiron after angry fans say she could have 'fed a village for a year' instead

"How can people justify buying more cars then they possibly need when there are people out there who can't eat!" one critic commented on the post


                            Kylie Jenner deletes video of new $3M Bugatti Chiron after angry fans say she could have 'fed a village for a year' instead

Kylie Jenner deleted a video of her brand new Bugatti Chiron that she posted over the weekend on Instagram after social media users slammed her for throwing her money around and buying new cars when she could be using the same to help the less privileged. 

The youngest self-made billionaire was chastised for her larger-than-life living standards when millions of people across the world were dying of starvation every year. 

"How can people justify buying more cars then they possibly need when there are people out there who can't eat!" one critic commented on the post, according to The Blast.

"Like I get it's your money and you earn it but HOW do you justify not doing good with it I just don’t get it. The money you spent on this you could of [sic] fed a village for a year at LEAST," the user wrote.

Kylie Jenner poses in front of her car (Instagram)

Similarly, another user wrote, "Oh yay! Another new car! Meanwhile, there’s people struggling to make ends meet and feed themselves. I’m happy for her but damn when is enough enough?"

The latest automobile in her collection is a $3 million rare car, which can cost hundreds of thousands a year in just maintenance. Apart from her new addition, the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star also showed off the two Range Rovers, the Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Lamborghini, and Ferrari in her possession already. 

Although the 22-year-old deleted the video of the car following the outrage, she did take to social media again on Monday, October 7, to post photos of herself posing in front of another car of hers.

The makeup mogul, along with her mother, Kris Jenner, and daughter, Stormi, kicked off the 17th season of 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' last month by surprising a women's empowerment organization called Nest of Love with a whopping donation of $750,000.

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