Kylie Jenner thinks the criticism over her support of a GoFundMe campaign isn’t fair
Jenner published a declaration Monday on her Instagram Stories, composing, “I feel it’s important for me to clear up this false narrative that I’ve asked fans for money and am not paying for my makeup artist’s medical bills.”
“Sam isn’t my makeup artist and unfortunately we don’t have a personal relationship anymore but I have worked with him a few years ago and think he’s the sweetest,” the declaration checked out. “I saw my current makeup artist and friend Ariel post about Sam’s accident and his family’s GoFundMe and I called Ariel immediately to see what happened to Sam.”
The preliminary GoFundMe objective was $10,000, at which time Jenner contributed $5,000, a source near to Jenner earlier kept in mind to CNN. An account under Jenner’s name on GoFundMe reveals a contribution of $5,000.
Jenner likewise dealt with that in her declaration, composing, “They had already raised 6k so I put it in 5k to reach their original goal and thought I’d post on my stories to gain more awareness if anyone also felt compelled (to) share or donate.”
“I don’t know how all of this got so twisted but his family has reached out through Ariel and are very appreciative of all the donations, prayers, and love towards Sam,” the declaration checked out. “Anyone that knows me knows that I do things from the heart and I try to be helpful whenever I can be. Let’s all stay positive and keep Sam, his family, and anyone you know who is going through a difficult time in our prayers.”
CNN had actually connected to representatives for Jenner prior to she published her declaration.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.