The Kardashians have been slammed for jumping the queue and making people wait so they could go on a Disneyland ride alone. Check it out:
Khloe decided to celebrate her daughter True's fourth birthday by taking her to the so-called Happiest Place on Earth.
To mark the occasion, Kim and her daughter Chicago, also four, joined in on the festivities.
They all appeared to have a fun time, with one clip showing Kim telling the girls to say ‘hi’ as they rode Dumbo the Flying Elephant.
Another clip shows them on the spinning teacups and the It’s a Small World ride.
However, other guests of the Californian Disneyland have criticised the reality TV stars, claiming they were made to wait and watch as the Kardashian clan and their entourage got to enjoy the rides to themselves.
This scene was shown in a TikTok video shared by Rachael Kevin (@shesbrewing), who wrote: “When the Kardashians cut the line, get the ride to themselves and make us common folk wait and watch them… typical.”
The crowd can be seen watching on as the Kardashians spin around in their solo teacups, with one person in the crowd saying: “That is ridiculous.”
She then says ‘it seemed like forever’ before the clip cuts to Rachael, her partner and her baby enjoying the Mad Tea Party ride, with the TikToker adding: “We finally got on… 30 minutes later.”
It’s not uncommon for VIP guests at Disneyland to jump the queue, but the online community criticised the fact that a majority of the seats were empty in the video.
“Why couldn’t anyone else ride at the same time?” wrote one user, while another suggested, “Disney should have dedicated days for just celebrities.”
A third commented, “See they don’t care about real people,” and another added, “The fact that PRINCESS DIANA didn’t even do this.”
Someone else pointed out: “Why can’t they do what Cardi did? She had security ride so everyone else could too.”
This is in reference to Cardi B, who was spotted on the exact same ride earlier this year with her daughter alongside all the other guests - and her security looking a little awkward in his own personal teacup.
Oddly enough, this isn’t the first Kardashian Disneyland controversy to have emerged this week, as Khloe also exposed Kim by accidentally confirming a conspiracy theory which had been circulating for months.
Back in January, Kim took to Instagram to share images of both Chicago and True at the famed theme park.
However, with the reality star having previously admitted to using Photoshop to add her other daughter North into a family Christmas photo, followers suggested that she’d done the same in this case.
Khloe has since let slip and confirmed her sister's editing of the Disneyland image after sharing the recent trip on her Instagram stories and writing: "This is True's first time at Disneyland!"
Fans were quick to note how if it was actually True's 'first time' at the theme park, Kim's previous Disneyland post was definitely fake.
Khloe herself has since responded to the backlash, and without giving anything away about the reasons why True was photoshopped, she wrote on Twitter: "Welllppp I f***ed this one up.
“Anyways….. let’s focus on something else. Our show airs in a few days."Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Kim Kardashian/TikTok/@shesbrewing