As one of the most famous supermodels in the world, Kendall Jenner has a love life that is often the topic of intense scrutiny. But a recent tweet about her supposed dating history, followed by tweets from her ex-boyfriend's sister, has been called out for slut-shaming.
It all started when a picture of five NBA players surfaced alongside a caption that suggested Jenner had dated them all, something which the model quickly denied, saying only two were accurate.
One of the players in the photo is LA Lakers basketballer Kyle Kuzma, whom Jenner was recently seen with aboard a yacht while celebrating the 4th of July.
Another player pictured is Australian basketballer Ben Simmons, whom Jenner reportedly dated until earlier this year.
A few days after the yacht pictures surfaced, Simmons' sister Olivia tweeted saying she didn't want to be known for dating athletes, and people immediately assumed she was throwing shade at Jenner.
It wasn't long before fans of Jenner swept in to defend her, but Olivia Simmons stood her ground, saying: "I didn't say any names but if the shoe fits WEAR IT."
After a back-and-forth with a Jenner stan account, Olivia then tweeted: "Don't make me start stating facts."
In response, somebody suggested there was a double standard and we should also "look at the men who are working their way through the IG models, models, actresses and singers". Olivia called it an interesting point but said she would elaborate privately.
The tweets were met with a mixed reaction, with many calling out the situation for slut-shaming.
Others pointed out that Jenner is probably better known for her modelling than for her dating history.
Fans also called the speculation surrounding Jenner's love life "ridiculous", hitting back at replies which claimed she was lying about whom she had previously dated.
BuzzFeed News has reached out to reps of Kendall Jenner for comment.
Ben Henry is a celebrity reporter for BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.
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