A GoFundMe page to make Kylie Jenner a billionaire actually exists and I'm calling in sick
A GoFundMe page... for KYLIE JENNER... I've heard it all now.
As it was announced last week when she graced the cover of Forbes magazine, Kylie Jenner is well and truly on her way to becoming the youngest "self-made billionaire".
At 21, she is currently sitting on a $900 million fortune, just $100 million short of her billionaire status, so OBVIOUSLY, the SANE idea is that we, the mere civilians, reach into our pockets and give money to this 21-year-old to make her a billionaire.
Yeah, no worries, I mean I was going to save my €4 to feed myself today but sure I'll just hand it over to Kylie Jenner to help her out, sure. Yeah, cool.
The GoFundMe page which is tipping $2,000 in donations so far, has had over 144 people give money to the "cause" and TBH, I am praying those 144 are billionaires themselves or otherwise, I'm scared.
But thankfully, I'm not the only one thinking W the actual F, as many have taken to Twitter to too, voice their opinions.
I don't like over exaggerations on Twitter but if you gave money to a GoFundMe to make 900 million dollar Kylie Jenner a billionaire you shouldn't get to vote, drive a car, hold a job, raise children, or be in charge of any major life changing decisions moving foward
— Mitchell Slagh (@MitchellSlagh) July 13, 2018
Good morning to everyone except the people who started a GoFundMe to donate $100M to make Kylie Jenner a billionaire.
— gud n.r.g (@MichaelD_Angelo) July 13, 2018
Anyone who donates to Kylie Jenner’s gofundme out of all the causes you could give your money to just know your a piece of shit. Help vets. Help homeless youth. Help PR or Flint. Help entire villages of people that don’t have electricity. Help literally any other cause.
— mariesa (@mariesa_lynn) July 14, 2018
A Gofundme page has been created in the effort to make Kylie Jenner a BILLIONAIRE!! Kill me now.
— Abbey Brown (@abb_bro) July 12, 2018
Stop the earth, I want to get off.
You can check out the GoFundMe page here and read the oh so "important message" behind the reason for funding.