Celebrities seem to love to flaunt their private jets. Boxing champ Floyd Mayweather has Air Mayweather. Kim Kardashian has Kim Air. Now her sister Kylie Jenner and her significant other, hip-hop artist Travis Scott, flashed a photo on social media last week of their two private jets worth millions.
The cosmetics mogul/reality TV star, 25, showed off the planes with a photo of herself and Scott, 31, on a tarmac in an Instagram post. The pair was with their oldest child Stormi Webster, 4.
“You wanna take mine or yours?” Jenner wrote in the caption accompanied by a black-and-white pic of the pair and their planes in the background.
The fully customized Bombardier Global 7500 cost Jenner an incredible $72.8 million, Auto Evolution reported. Kylie Air features seats embroidered with KJ, a KYLIE Cosmetics branded carpet, a “Kylie” neon light, and “KylieSkin” written on the outside, Hollywood Life reported.
There’s also a master suite, two bathrooms, closet, rest area, storage room, and a bar, according to Hollywood Life.
The jet, with enough space for up to 19 passengers also has four living areas and a full-size kitchen, Auto Evolution reported.
Jenner has a net worth of $700 million, according to Forbes. In 2019, Jenner made $600 million from selling a majority share in her beauty company, Kylie Cosmetics, to Coty. Coty also owns Max Factor and Sally Hansen. Coty bought a 51 percent stake in Kylie Cosmetics.
Meanwhile, Scott’s private jet is a 2015 Embraer ERJ-190-100, Auto Evolution reported. Unlike Jenner, Scott hasn’t posted photos of the inside of his jet nor given out details. But he did purchase it the same year as Jenner, in 2020, for a reported $72 million and had it customized to the tune of $30,000. Scott has a reported net worth of $60 million.
Jenner’s pic of the two jets caused a significant backlash, and fans accused the power couple of “vast displays of wealth and privilege,” Glamour reported.
As to Jenner’s post questioning which jet the couple should take, one Instagram user commented, “Maybe take neither’s and reduce your carbon footprint.”