Millionaire Kylie Jenner is being dragged on Twitter this morning for sharing a video of the walk-in shower with extremely weak water pressure in her US$36 million Holmby Hills mansion.
Over the weekend Jenner shared a video of her shower to her Instagram story with the caption “my shower >” with the mathematical symbol for greater than.
While the pink marble walled bathroom certainly looks the expensive, social media users were quick to point out the water pressure leaves a lot to be desired.
“Kylie Jenner lives so stress free, even her water doesn’t feel pressure,” one person wrote.
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Jenner is just 23-years-old, but the makeup mogul and reality TV star is no stranger to the real estate game.
At the age of 17, she bought a “starter” Calabasas McMansion for US$3.15 million (NZ$4.4m), that was back on the market last year for NZ$5 million.
In the following year, she went on to buy three more mansions in the Hidden Hills gated community, an ultra-wealthy suburb largely owned by her extended clan.
The sprawling and extensively renovated US$12 million (NZ$19.7 million) estate was her main residence until May 2020, and even featured on the cover of Architectural Digest.
Jenner then purchased her current residence, a brand-new Holmby Hills compound for US$36.5 million. She announced the move to the world with an array of bikini shots taken by her new swimming pool during California’s first lockdown.
According to People, the estate was completed last August and originally listed for US$55 million, but later reduced to US$45.95 million.
So if nothing else positive happens to you today, shower comfortably in the knowledge that your bathroom has better plumbing than this very famous member of the one per cent.
Needless to say, the jokes write themselves.
The Kardashian-Jenner dynasty have made their millions of followers and dollars by sharing the intimate details of their wealthy lives with the world since the early 2000s.
Fans love to love them, and love to hate them too – remember Kim’s infamous fridge tours?
They typically share more home content around the holiday season to show off an overwhelming array of themed Halloween and Christmas decorations and party speciates.
Jenner often has the biggest Christmas tree on display, even among her celebrity peers.
Perhaps she should spend less on seasonal decor and more on her tradespeople.