And in the ten years following its debut, Keeping Up with the Kardashians has shone a bright light onto virtually every aspect of the family’s personal and professional lives. Whatever they have left to reveal, moreover, is often displayed on their social media channels. But Twitter, too, can be a lightning rod for Kardashian scandal. On there, for instance, Kim received a backlash for defending the beauty vlogger Jeffree Star, who has been accused of making racist comments in the past.
But lately, it’s the younger Jenner girls who’ve been outdoing their older siblings when it comes to controversy. Indeed, ever since Kendall and Kylie became more prominent figures in the family tree, they’ve been ruffling feathers in the fashion world and beyond.
Some of the more notable controversies surrounding them include Kendall Jenner’s see-through garb at a 2014 Marc Jacobs fashion show. Kendall and Kylie also drew criticism for texting during the Michael Brown tribute at the MTV VMAs that same year. And Kendall’s 2016 ballerina shoot for Vogue Spain similarly elicited ire – this time, from the dance community.