Kylie Jenner, 24, a member of the Kardashian-Jenner family, has recently spoken out when she slammed a TikToker for using her 5-month-old son, Wolf Webster, as a way to seek attention. The TikTok user has been identified as Pablo Tamayo and he has been accused of “lying for attention” after claiming he heard Kylie Jenner’s son crying at home.
Kylie Jenner Slams TikTok User For False Claims
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has two children with her on-again-off-again partner, Travis Scott — Stormi, 4, and Wolf Webster. The latter, merely 5-month-old at present has already become the center of a scandal when a delivery person entered the home of the reality star and entrepreneur and claimed he heard her son crying inside the house.
Such allegations come off as incredibly dangerous as they might build up to imply that a child has been endangered or not been given proper attention. Jenner, immediately took to social media to defend her family and her son by shutting down the negativity being spread by Tamayo.
Pablo Tamayo’s Viral Video Accusations
The TikTok user claimed to have entered her house to deliver a package of pepperoni from the Erewhon Market and he was led through a gate and “through this little pathway with, like, a river beneath it”. In the video he posted, captioned “CAN NOT MAKE THIS SH*T UP”, after the delivery was made, Pablo Tamayo claims, “This bitch could have paid me more. It’s under the name of Ashton, so I’m guessing it’s for her assistant or something.”
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Tamayo went on to add, “I see all these assistants, all these maids, and s–t. I didn’t see Kylie, I didn’t see Stormi, but I swear I heard a baby scream.”
The pepperoni that he had gone to deliver to the Jenner house was later posted in a video by Kylie Jenner in which she used it to make a sandwich and snidely remarked that it looked beautiful. Posted a day after the Tamayo video, she also advised her followers in the comment section, “If you don’t know what I’m talking about, just carry on.”
Source: Page Six