Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have been called out for using two different private jets to go to the same place.
The couple were spotted taking their planes out for a spin recently, travelling from Miami to Van Nuys, California.
But, rather than splitting the cost and reducing the amount of waste by going together, they used their own separate jets to make the journeys.
Jenner, 25, headed out on 3 December, while her partner went the following day.
While it's not clear why the pair decided to do this, it didn't go down well after the page Celebrity Jets posted snaps of their trips to Twitter.
The reality star and rapper were branded 'selfish' by their fans and followers, who were outraged by the lack of awareness.
Writing on social media, one user asked: "Does she not realise this is the same planet her kids have to live in too?"
Another chipped in: "People like this are absolute garbage. Just repulsive."
"Like fine they obviously don’t care about anyone else but their kids are going to suffer from global warming, too," put a third. "These people are unimaginably selfish."
While another added: "How do they not feel bad for the planet?"
Not everyone was so critical of the couple, though, with some claiming that it's probably to do with their sizeable entourages.
"I would imagine that they have their own teams of people, amongst other things," one person suggested.
"The amount of clothes, shoes, security, makeup, videographers, that she travels with most likely needs its own plane."
Tyla has contacted Jenner and Scott's representatives for a comment.
This isn't the first time Jenner has come in for criticism over her lavish travel arrangements.
Earlier this year, she sparked a heated debate about climate change after it was revealed she took a three-minute trip on a private jet.
And to make matters worse, she also posted a snap on Instagram bragging about her private aircrafts over.
She shared a black and white photo of Scott embracing her as the couple stood in between their two private jets.
"You wanna take mine or yours," the Kylie Cosmetics founder captioned the post.