Kendall Jenner Addresses Claim That She Did Not Tip at Brooklyn Bar
By Jackie Willis
Kendall Jenner will be settling her tabs up differently after one establishment in Brooklyn, New York, accused her of not tipping.
Over the weekend, the bar Baby's All Right posted a photo of a $24 bill that allegedly belonged to Jenner, whose name was printed on the paper. While it showed that the tab was signed and paid for, a tip was not noted on the receipt. The NYC hotspot received mixed reactions to the post, which was later deleted, and Jenner herself even responded to one commenter, who sided with the reality star.
"I love @KendallJenner. I’m sure there’s more to this story," the Twitter user wrote. "Everyone’s so quick to judge 'cause she’s part of the Kardashians."
Jenner used the tweet to address the tipping controversy, replying: "Damn, I guess next time we won't tip in cash."
This isn't the first time this year that theKeeping Up With the Kardashians star has faced a Twitter firestorm. Last month, she was criticized for glamorizing smoking after posing naked on a picnic table with a cigarette in a photo she shared on Instagram. She captioned the image: "I don’t smoke."
"If you don't smoke, I assume you know how bad it is," one of Jenner's followers responded to the post. "So, why promote it?"
Back in April, Jenner was also slammed for starring in a Pepsi commercial that had her single-handedly ending a protest by offering the soft drink to a police officer. After much backlash, Pepsi pulled the ad.
At the time, a source told ET that Jenner was "devastated" by the controversy. "This is the first controversial campaign she has been involved with," the source said. "Even though she had nothing to do with the production and the message of the campaign, she will be blamed for this since she is the face."
Despite the setback, the source was confident that Jenner would recover from the Pepsi scandal -- and she did just that. Here's a look at one of her many stylish getaways: