Kylie Pissed Off Latinos Again
Kylie Jenner visited Universal Studios in Orlando and made an interesting wardrobe choice.
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She wore an ‘I miss you’ Selena Quintanilla shirt.
AN. ‘I MISS YOU.’ SELENA. QUINTANILLA. SHIRT!
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Out of all the shirt she has in her 7658 sq ft closet, this is what she chose.
She must’ve been confused.
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She can’t possibly miss Selena, she wasn’t even born yet.
People were so damn offended she’d rep anything Selena.
Kylie Jenner? Wtf she know about Selena??
— & (@asshhhleeyyy) March 10, 2016
And ready to roll up their sleeves.
*sees Kylie Jenner wearing a Selena shirt*
ok listen here white devil…
— ariana (@erasershead) March 10, 2016
She has absolutely no right.
Wearing a Selena shirt isn’t a privilege she hasn’t earned.
Why is Kylie Jenner wearing a Selena shirt? I'm just like is it for the trend???? Selena's legacy isn't something to compliment an outfit.
— dust-y (@neztiny) March 10, 2016
And there’s this rule that non-Latinos can’t wear Latino T-shirts.
And all Kylie would do is ruin queen Selena’s image.
Selena Quintanilla's legacy should not be tainted by Kylie Jenner's trying ass
— qt (@shane__bby) March 10, 2016
Or would she make her trend again?
Ah fuck now we're gonna be hearing "Kylie Jenner brought Selena back in trend" all over the media https://t.co/orFKKZcitR
— ellen from editorial (@nalisaaa) March 10, 2016
Other girls would probably be like who is this Selena chick?
Jokes aside, why is everyone so mad?
lmaooooo you girls are really mad at kylie jenner for wearing a selena shirt???? i thought I'd seen it all
— timmy turner (@tristinc1) March 10, 2016
If anything, a million 13 years olds will fall in love with Selena like we did 🙂
— kimburlee (@haikimberly) March 10, 2016
Because queeeeeeeeen ?.
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