Animal rights campaigners have blasted celeb Kris Jenner for wearing various animal skins in a recent picture, with PETA calling her out for being 'evil'.
Referencing a well-known saying from the showbiz matriarch, the animal protection organization tweeted: "You’re doing amazing being evil, sweetie. CC: Kris Jenner."
The 61-year-old celeb posted a new picture in which she wears fur, leather boots, and poses near a snakeskin bag.
PETA shared the picture, and added images of a white fox, snake, and a calf, in a bid to prove that animals are not objects.
The image also reads: "So many animals died for your horrific look."
Twitter user @AliasGirl2u commented: "Disgusting and selfish.
"No moral or ethical compass whatsoever."
@Jemfinanderson added: "She actually makes me sick," while @Xosamanthajayne said: "I didn't know. This breaks my heart."
@SomeBlonde_ also said: "Love the Kardashians, love Kris.. but DEFINITELY do not love this! Praying they all stop wearing fur and getting the message out! [sic]."
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