Kylie Jenner Tells 223 Million Followers She’s ‘Really Trying To Not Eat Meat’

The reality TV star, who's has come under fire for wearing animal fur, told her Instagram fans she's refraining from eating meat


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Kylie Jenner Tells 223 Million Followers She's 'Really Trying To Not Eat Meat' The star first showed an interest in eating plant-based back in 2017 - Media Credit: Instagram / Kylie Jenner

Reality TV star Kylie Jenner says she’s ‘really trying to not eat meat’.

The socialite turned makeup mogul revealed the dietary change on a recent Instagram story, showing off her meat-free food to 223 million followers.

‘Not eating meat right now’

Jenner posted a photo of her dinner, which appeared to consist of sweet potato, charred broccoli, and grains. 

She captioned the post: “Really trying to not eat meat right now, so here’s my little dinner.”

Is Kylie Jenner vegan?

Back in 2017, Jenner told her fans on Snapchat that she was ‘trying this whole vegan thing’. 

The celeb, who’s related to plant-heavy dieter Kim Kardashian, then posted pictures of vegan tacos and nachos to her Snapchat story. 

Moreover, the star’s makeup brand Kylie Cosmetics is cruelty-free and does not sell in China. However, not all of its products are vegan-friendly and its parent company Coty is not a cruelty-free brand.

Does Kylie Jenner still wear fur?

Moreover, Jenner has received a storm of backlash for wearing animal fur on several occasions.

She was confronted by non-profit SoCal Animal Defense League last year for wearing fur and shopping at Moncler – a brand notorious for selling real fur.

Jenner was also called a ‘hypocrite’ after posting mink-fur slippers on her Instagram story – just days after raising awareness about how the Australian fires were impacting koalas. 

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