Internet trolls are the absolute worst, and they prove time and again they don’t care how famous you are; they’re going to try to come up with something nasty and terrible to say about you.
Their latest target is Kylie Jenner, and they came for her over her toes of all things after she posted a picture of herself in a bikini while vacationing in the Bahamas.
I don’t understand it all either, but I’m going to do my best to explain it to you.
I cannot believe some people have nothing better to do with their lives than say mean things about someone’s toes of all things, but that’s the internet world we live in.
Yes, we officially have a subset of toe trolls online, this is not a drill.
Instagram; Kylie is pictured above in a black and white photo
“Everyone wants to come for my f—— toes,” Kylie posted in an Instagram video, showing off her white pedicure as she stood on a gray rug.
“By the way, I have cute a** feet, and I broke this middle toe in middle school, and there’s nothing you can do about a broken toe, so it just had to heal how it wanted to heal,” Kylie went on to say, since a lot of her toe hate was directed at the broken toe.
“So when I flex this up, this little guy is just out of place,” Kylie went on.
“This is a weird a** video,” she said, poking fun at herself.
Kylie didn’t stop there, she handled her trolls pretty hysterically when she decided to name all her toes on Instagram.
Instagram; Kylie posted the photo above
“My toes are so famous,” Kylie said in a follow-up post.
“We should probably name them at this point,” Kylie continued, adding, “big toes are boys.”
Instagram; Kylie shared the photo above on Instagram, naming all her toes for her haters
She named all her toes on her left foot Tess, Teague, Tia, Trix and Toby, her big toe.
She called her right foot toes Tina, Talia, Tasha, Tahnee and Tony.
Just be nice online. And off it, too!
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