The peppy video featured Kylie and Stormi Webster, Kylie’s 4-year-old daughter, testing several pairs of shoes in their decorated closet to Saucy Santana’s song “Walk.” The mother-daughter pair wore holographic stilettos, Mary Janes, black mules with black fur trim, dazzling kitten heels, and vivid orange sandals.
The wall behind Kylie and Stormi had rows of high heels and as well as sneakers, that probably belong to Stormi’s father, Travis Scott. One fan said that Stormi is in “HER MATERIAL GIRL ERA” after seeing their dress-up video and fans went crazy for it. “Stormi, you look like mommy, baby,” another fan quoted referring to the mother-daughter duo’s viral TikTok sound. Just a day ago, Kylie criticized an Instacart employee for “lying” about hearing her 5-month-old kid scream.
Pablo Tamayo, a TikTok influencer, said in a video posted earlier this week that as part of his employment with Instacart, he had delivered a $12 pack of pepperoni to Kylie’s residence. He claimed to have been brought through a gate and across a river to deliver the item to Kylie’s front door, where he also got a glimpse of her house, to his 400,000 followers.
The 20-year-old said, “I see all these assistants, all these maids and s***. I didn’t see Kylie, I didn’t see Stormi, but I swear I heard a baby scream.” On her own TikTok profile, Kylie intervened and criticized his story. On July 7, she shared a video of her and Travis preparing salami and pepperoni sandwiches. In the comments, she said that “no one comes through” her fence and that her home had “no river.”
The Kardashians star wrote, “the lying for attention rubs me the wrong way sorry. I did not order this myself. ! he WAS tipped through the app. lied too about seeing through my windows and hearing my son cry. ??” “If you don’t know what I’m talking about just carry on,” Kylie said in another message, hoping that followers will get past the controversy in the meantime.