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Kim Kardashian Hits Back After She's Dragged for Presumably Not Donating Money for Australian Bushfires Relief

Kim Kardashian hits back after people assume she didn't donate money for Australian bushfires relief
Kim Kardashian hits back after people assume she didn't donate money for Australian bushfires relief | Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images

The Kardashian-Jenner family isn't known for being the most environmentally-minded bunch. Between the furs, the private jets, and the products, followers of the famous crew have become acutely aware of the fact that the climate change crises seemingly isn’t a top priority them. But when Kim Kardashian got called out for not putting her money where her mouth is, she clapped back with a vengeance.

According to PopBuzz, it all started when the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took to Twitter to express her concern over the devastation due to the Australian bushfires. Kim posted, “Climate change is real,” along with a heartbreak emoji and the world emoji.

Because of her (very public) lifestyle choices, followers of the KKW Beauty founder were quick to tell Kim to just stop. One user replied to the reality star, “i know bro, so sad :/ if only you were part of a family with a combined net worth of like $1,839,000,000+ who could like help or something. really sad :/.” Another wrote, “We saw your family charter a 737 for the grand total of like 7 passengers. Sit down.”

However, when one follower posted in a since-deleted tweet, “Nothing gets me more heated than to see the Kardashians/Jenners talk about climate change/wildfires & not donate even a penny,” Kim couldn’t take the shade any longer. She replied, “Nothing gets me more heated than to see people think they know what we donated to and to think we have to publicize everything.”

It is fair to assume that the public would know about the donations she makes, as the majority of her life is on camera, but maybe when it comes to her environmentalism, Kim likes to keep her support under wraps. We sure hope that's the case.