Supermodel Kendall Jenner has been slammed as being "out of touch" after sneering at "horrible horrible" Dubai while attending opening of new luxurious hotel.
Kendall Jenner was one of several A List celebrities attending the grand opening of the new luxurious Atlantis Hotel in Dubai, called The Royal Dubai on Friday, 20 January followed by an afterparty for her tequila brand, 818.
However, she was soon spotted complaining about her previous visits to the popular holiday destination, saying that they were "horrible, horrible" in a video published on TikTok.
Wearing a green dress with shoulder-length black gloves at an after party, Kendall could be seen, but not heard, saying: "This is my third time. The first two times were horrible!"
However, she went on to say: "But this is fun," referring to the afterparty and her third time visiting.
People who saw the video on TikTok soon took to the comment section to call the model "entitled" and "out of touch" for complaining about the all-expense-paid trip.
One person said: "So unlikeable. The nerve!"
A second person commented: "Kendall seems so fake, forced, and attention-seeking at the party."
Another user penned: "She really gives off a bad vibe. Sorry, not sorry" as a fourth commented "Kendall comes off snobby, delusional, and entitled".
Another person said: "I wish I could afford a horrible experience from Dubai too!"
Kendall attended the opening of the event along with many other celebrities, including Rebel Wilson, Michelle Keegan and Rochelle Humes.
Former One Direction member Liam Payne had also flown out to attend the event, alongside his American girlfriend Kate Cassidy, months after his split from ex-fiancée Maya Henry after Liam was seen kissing another woman in steamy pics.
The event also featured a performance by Beyonce, where she was seen performing her first headline concert since 2018.
She also brought her daughter Blue Ivy out on stage to perform with her.
Beyonce is yet another celebrity who received backlash for headlining the event from people of the LGBTQIA+ community as they did not think she should perform there due to the country's laws which deem homosexuality a crime under Sharia law.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons in the UAE have faced prosecution under public decency laws for acts such as cross-dressing and kissing in public.
Additionally, homosexuality is illegal in the country, and under Sharia law, same-sex sexual activity is punishable by death.
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