Does that look like the face of a “f***ing idiot” to you? While it is no breaking news that the Kardashian/ Jenner clan is better known for filling out their bikinis than any intellectual pursuits, Frances Bean Cobain took this opinion one step further in a rage-fueled Twitter rant against Kendall Jenner this past week. Responding to Jenner’s wish that life could be easier sometimes, Cobain unleashed her virtual vitriol.
“Oh shh. There are kids on earth abandoned&homeless who forcibly drink contaminated water because clean water isn’t accessible… oh ya, not to mention, CANCER, famine, poverty, draught, disease, natural disasters, Death. F***, Humans are so self involved… rather be a scumbag than a f***ing idiot… Praise high IQs, good taste & awareness about the state of the world… I’d like to thank my parents for providing me with a high IQ & I’d like to thank my grams for encouraging me not to be a self absorbed idiot.”
Meow. Those are some fighting words if I ever heard any. Being A) a Kardashian/Jenner, and B) a minor fame ho, Kendall didn’t stay mute for too long and fired back at Cobain Thursday with her own Twitter rant.
It would be easy to sit here and play judge to this feud, condemn one participant while vindicating the other. But that would be pointless. Yes, Kendall Jenner has a pretty serious case of #firstworldproblems, and to be fair, so does Frances Bean Cobain. Sitting around arguing about tweets is pretty damn insignificant in the entire spectrum of humanity and its turmoils. Cobain wanted to focus on some bigger issues? Well I have one for both of these starlets – grammar.
If you’re going to bitch out over a social media platform for an audience of millions – use proper English. Between Cobain’s misspelling of drought and the brigade of un-capitalized i’s in Jenner’s response, neither one of these ladies is making themselves look like an educated role model for their followers.
They’re not making themselves look anything but dumb. I’ve always thought 140 characters was the worst thing to ever happen to the English language, and these girls are proving me right. Since celebrities will always have their feuds, meltdowns, and self-righteous comebacks in an overwhelmingly public arena, is it too much to ask that they spell right?
Like I said people, bigger issues at hand.
In the Jenner/ Cobain feud is there really a person in the wrong/ right? Or is this just another case of the #firstworldfeuds?Tags: Frances Bean Cobain, Kendall Jenner, Twitter feud