Kendall Jenner, 21, posted her nude photo holding a cigarette to Instagram on Monday, which flashes controversy across social media.
Kendall posted the photo — which showed her lying on her stomach underneath a chandelier — with a caption that said although she was holding a cigarette, she doesn’t smoke.
Many readers accused Kendall of sending a bad message to her young and impressionable fans by holding a cigarette.
“Ummm…..no one cares. Those Kardashians/ Jenners need to go away. Everyone is sick of them. And no I’m not saying this because I’m jealous. They have outlived their fifteen minutes of fame!” one Daily Mail reader commented on the site’s Facebook page.
“There is nothing this family won’t do for attention. Apparently they can’t survive without people they don’t know giving them compliments. I will give this little teenager a compliment when she puts some clothes on,” another wrote.
“I am so sick of these Kardashians taking pictures of them naked or with basically nothing on and they don’t use their money for Charities or help out poor people not like Chance the Rapper that’s giving Millions to Chicago schooling these women really need to go out and get a real job and make some money,” another added.
“That is not a cigg but rather a joint. She is a stupid little girl that can’t read but will take off her clothes even though no one asked her too. It is all she and her weirdo family have is body parts. They will age out of that …Kim an Kourtney…and then look plain stupid trying to compete and act like women half their age. Just say no to every single one of Kris Jenner’s kids,” another Daily Mail reader commented.
Kendall recently spoke to the Daily Mail about her new swimwear line, which she launched with her sister, Kylie.
“The bathing suit styles we designed for this collection are sexy and fun. No matter your plans this summer, you will find a style in our Kendall + Kylie Revolve collection that looks great,” she told the site.
Meanwhile, Kendall and her sister sparked controversy for a line of controversial shirts featuring their faces superimposed over musicians, including Metallica members and Tupac.
“I guess what they were thinking is, ‘We can do whatever we want,'” Metallica frontman James Hatfield said in response to the clothing line, Rolling Stone reported. “We’ve spent 36 years working, doing our best, to keep a really close connection with people [and] make every note count. And someone just throws something up over something that we feel — not that it’s sacred or anything — but show some respect.”