Kylie Jenner Has Called Out Her Team For Putting Her Name To Old Fashioned Dating Advice

It was published on her paid-for Kylie Jenner app


Kylie Jenner's 'team' (very mysterious) have been getting a couple things wrong as of late.

And most recently they've had to issue a pretty big apology to the super-rich Kardashian megastar, on her eponymous mobile app.

Firstly, they apparently got Kylie's birthday wrong on her new calendar.

The calendar, shot by the dubious Terry Richardson, is available from her website.

The KYLIEJENNER2017 calendar BY @terryrichardson available NOW on ❤️❤️

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It includes lots of sexy props like snakes and hats made out of straws.

Watch the behind the scenes video from my Calendar Shoot on the Kylie Jenner Official App now!

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Unfortunately, however, it has been reported that a whole bunch of the calendars have her birthday wrong.

It's printed a whole 10 days late.

Thankfully, her dogs birthdays have been printed correctly.


miss my angels 🐶

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But that's not all.

A strange post was put up onto Kylie's paid-for website, presumed initially to have come from the star herself, which offered some intimate and rather retro dating advice.


Turns out, according to whoever actually wrote the post, you need to be a chef and cleaner to be a good girlfriend these days, who knew?

This list did not go unnoticed and it was quickly taken down, followed by a statement from the 'team', 'To Kylie's fans: This morning, a drafted article was inadvertently posted for a short period of time on Kylie's app.

This was a draft that was not in Kylie's words, was not Kylie's idea and had not been sent to her for approval.'

So far, so bad, but it get's worse.

Kylie responded, kind of apologising that the post had not been written/ checked by her, only to say that she will no longer ever be writing / checking on the website posts.



Makes sense.

Predictably people are a little peeved they are paying to get content that has not much to do with Kylie herself.

But, we suppose you can't be a teenage Retail & E-commerce millionaire without ruffling a few feathers.

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