Kendall Jenner slammed by fans over her Halloween costume
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Kendall Jenner's Halloween costume has caused a bit of a stir on social media this weekend, after the model and reality TV star shared a series of posts on Instagram. You can have a look at her controversial get-up below:
To channel the look, Kendall wore a yellow and white shirt, paired with a red hat and black and white chaps.
She wore her hair in plaits and captioned the post: "Well aren’t you just the sweetest space toy."
But some fans were upset over the post, with many accusing the star of 'ruining their childhoods'.
The source of people's upset stemmed from one photo the model shared, in which she had swapped the shirt for a crop top and could be seen wearing tiny denim hot pants with cut-out chaps.
One person wrote: "You ruined it," followed by a crying face emoji.
And another said: "It's a kids movie WHY?!?"
Meanwhile a third wrote: "Ruins a childhood movie."
And a fourth added: "My childhood is ruined."
"Stop spoiling my childhood favourite character," begged a fifth.
Others disagreed, however, with many fans loving Kendall's outfit, commenting that she looked 'cute'.
One person said: "The cutest little cowgirl." Another wrote: "Love it so cute."
A third called her the 'cutest lil jessie doll'.
Tyla has contacted a rep for Kendall for comment.
In other Kardashian news, we recently told you how Kourtney Kardashian has been criticised for her Halloween party last week, which has been described by social media users as ‘violent’ and ‘inappropriate’.
We're used to the Kardashians going all out on their Halloween celebrations, and it seems Kourtney and husband Travis Barker were certainly in the spirit this year, after they transformed their Calabasas mansion into a creepy immersive experience inspired by new horror film Halloween Ends.
Their home was decorated with black crows, gothic candles, decorative pumpkins, skeletons and plastic dead bodies - but many have criticised the eldest Kardashian and her husband, claiming they went overboard.
Commenting on Reddit, one person wrote: "As much as I love horror and scary things, this is a bit too realistic & violent for absolutely no reason... gives me bad vibes."
Someone else said: "I love Halloween and I try to be understanding of other people's point of view but it is so gross to use something like murdered women as a prop...”
You can read more on that here.