Fans slam Kylie Jenner's 'disturbing' Halloween post: 'Tone deaf'

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Kylie Jenner fans have been left unimpressed with the reality star, calling one of her latest Instagram posts "disturbing".

The 24-year-old, who is currently pregnant with her second baby, is launching a new Halloween themed makeup collaboration between Kylie Cosmetics and the 1984 horror film franchise Nightmare On Elm Street.

Kylie Jenner poses in fake blood
Fans have blasted Kylie Jenner's latest Halloween post with many calling it 'disturbing'. Photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner

To celebrate, Kylie posed naked covered in fake blood, writing, "MY KYLIE X NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET COLLECTION LAUNCHES TOMORROW!"

Some of the commenters thought the photo was amazing with many simply commenting with fire or heart eye emojis.


"All hail the queen!!!! My beautiful baby!!!!!!!!" Kylie's sister Khloe Kardashian commented.

But many others were unimpressed by the photo with one user writing, "Low key disturbing..."

"What the f**k Kylie?" another wrote.

"What kind of satanic s**t is this?" a third added.

Kylie Jenner poses for Halloween collaboration
The 24-year-old, who is currently pregnant with her second baby, is launching a new Halloween themed makeup collaboration. Photo: Instagram/Kylie Cosmetics

"The fact that you find this appealing is what's actually horrifying," someone else commented.

"Honestly I find this really disturbing since she’s pregnant," one person wrote.

"This was not a good idea," another bluntly added.

"How does this promote her makeup?!" someone else questioned.

"Halloween or not, this is sick and disturbing," another said.

Kylie Jenner in all red outfit
Some called Kylie 'tone deaf' for the posts. Photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner

Some said it gave them "Carrie vibes" referencing the 1976 film, while others said it was "in such poor taste".

Others brought up the point that it could be a triggering post for some.

"On mental health awareness day, I scroll through my feed and see so many positive uplifting things and then this?" one user commented. "I usually don’t comment on stuff but this seems a little tone deaf for the times we are in. Super unnecessary.. and really uncomfortable to look at."

"No hate, even if it's for brands please put a trigger warning next time," another said.

Mental health support for yourself or a loved one can be found by calling Lifeline on 13 11 14, Mensline on 1300 789 978, or the Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800. Online support is available via Beyond Blue.

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