AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner has just released a new skin care line for her Kylie Skin brand. Her most recent drop, titled Kylie Skin Body, contains three products, a Coconut Body Lotion, Coconut Body Scrub and an SPF30 Oil. While many of her fans can't wait to try her new products, YouTuber Jeffree Star isn't too impressed.
Jeffree, who has been critical with the youngest Jenner sister's skin care line, once again put Kylie on blast with a petty comment in an Instagram post by account Trendmood which featured a photo of Kylie Skin Summer. Throwing a lot of shade at the product, Jeffree wrote in the comment section, "Hahahahaha."
Internet users, however, found his comment was so uncalled for and nothing but petty. Refering to Jeffree's statement that he wanted to avoid causing during the whole Tati Westbrook and James Charles drama, a person wrote to him, "Mhhh... Wasn't [sic] you tired of drama? Are you the same person who said you wouldn't involve yourself in any more scandals? You can't keep with your own words. Be consistent and practice what you speak."
Other users also commented on Jeffree's hypocrisy with one saying, "you comment on here but won't actually comment on her actual Instagram about it. Okkk." Another comment read, "I enjoy your videos. Your [sic] honest about products. But c'mon. This is low even for you. You have a brand! Be professional. Constructive criticism is good. Dissing someone else is not ok. Spreading kindness isn't hard."
Responding to the comment, Jeffree clapped back, "You should probably have a seat because as a human being on this planet, I'm allowed to comment on anyone's releases; it's also my job...." He went on saying, "Her first skin-care drop was a complete joke and was basically a money grab, so relax before trying to come for me. I'd rather save millions of people money than letting them be ripped off by a celebrity."
This is not the first time for Jeffree to Kylie's products. The YouTube star previously gave the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star's first drop negative review in a June video. He collaborated with Shane Dawson for the reaction video.