Kendall Jenner is under fire for hosting a Halloween themed birthday bash despite COVID-19 protocols.
The “Keeping Up with the Kardashian” star recently celebrated her star-studded 25th birthday, which took place at Harriet’s Rooftop atop 1 Hotel in West Hollywood.
Moreover, the whole Kardashian-Jenner clan was present at her celebration alongside her fellow models, Bella Hadid, Winnie Harlow, Hailey Bieber, together with husband Justin.
Personalities from the music industry like The Weeknd, Doja Cat, Jaden Smith and rapper Saweetie were also seen during the Vogue cover girl’s birthday bash.
The reality star stunned the crowd as she dressed up as Pamela Anderson in her 1996 film “Barb Wire.”
Donning a plunging black corset top, paired with black bottoms, fishnet stockings and thigh-high boots, the resident Kardashian supermodel looked unrecognizable as she topped off her look with a 90s blown-out blonde hair.
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She even had the iconic barb wire tattoo temporarily etched on her arm.
Meanwhile, Entertainment Tonight noted that the “KUWTK” star’s Halloween-themed party followed the government-mandated rules as guests and staff are required to present negative rapid COVID-19 tests before entering the venue.
Kendall Jenner blasted for hosting mask-less party
Unfortunately, the 25-year-old Jenner was criticized for hosting a crowded party as eagle-eyed fans noticed that some guests were not wearing masks or even observing social distancing.
The news came after several celebrities posted clips on social media showing the behind the scenes during Kendall’s birthday.
With this, fans flocked to Twitter to express their dismay over the said incident.
“Ok Kendall Jenner blowing out candles as a masked waiter holds her cake and tries to move out of the way was actually the scariest thing I saw on Halloween,” one wrote, alongside a boomerang clip of the reality star blowing a large cake with her portrait on it.
Another user also blasted the runway royalty for being insensitive to the situation and ignoring the plea of healthcare workers.
“Not Kendall Jenner hosting a birthday party with all these celebrities in attendance,” one tweeted, while the third fan chimed in and responded, “While nurses/doctors etc. are begging people to social distance and have empathy. Celebs just raise a big middle finger to them. Pretty sad.”
It came just weeks after Kim Kardashian was blasted for flying her “inner circle” to a secluded island to celebrate her 40th birthday.
According to Page Six, the mother-of-four opted to have a private celebration in Tahiti and reportedly spent $1 million for a five-day vacation.
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