Kardashian fans reveal which sister they believe is secretly the 'MEANEST' of the family | The Sun

FANS have revealed their vote for the "meanest" Kardashian family member by a landslide.

The Kardashians family has been ripped in the past for shamelessly flaunting their wealth.


But now fans have ruled that out of all five sisters plus momager Kris Jenner, Kim, 41, is the cruelest of the Kar-Jenner clan.

In a poll staged on Reddit, one fan prompted dozens of others with the question: "Which sister do you think is secretly the meanest/most vindictive?"

Khloe, Kylie, and Kris scored low while Kim placed first with nearly a thousand votes.

Kourtney and Kendall came in a close second and third, but it was obvious who fans thought was the meanest of the bunch.

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"Kim is one of those people that can cut you down in the subtlest of ways so you start to doubt whether you’re even imagining it," one explained in the comment section.

"Kim is the most obvious one cause is outright vindictive, but I would say the 'secretly most vindictive' would be Kendall," a second claimed.

A third remarked: "Mean to each other – definitely kim. but to staff it’s kendall lmao that girl is a nightmare to serve according to countless waitresses imagine what she’s like behind the scenes at a runway."

KIM'S WEALTH

Although the entire family has faced backlash from fans on various topics, Kim has taken the majority of the heat lately regarding her lavish purchases.

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Fans have trolled the TV star for flaunting her billions on social media as millions worldwide struggle with their finances.

Over the weekend, the mother of four was slammed for selling her used Birkin bags to her followers for $110K.

Many KUWTK fanatics said the star should instead donate her used items to charity.

The backlash came after Kim announced on her Instagram Stories that she had added new items to KardashianKloset.com.

The website is an online store where Kardashian women sell their used designer clothes to fans.

Kim, who recently jetted off to Australia to see her boyfriend Pete Davidson, added three Hermes Birkin bags from her collection, including a rare vintage crocodile Birkin listed at $110,000.

She was also selling an alligator leather Birkin for $90,000 and a $30,000 calfskin edition.

FAN BACKLASH

However, many fans on social media were appalled that Kim had decided to sell and make a profit from her used items.

“Why isn’t this going to charity?” asked one.

Another wrote: “I can’t believe how unethical this family is.”

“This is embarrassing, people are starving, Kim,” added a third.

Other fans pointed out that the price of the bags could be used as their own downpayment on a house. 

FAMILY MATTER

But Kim isn’t the only Kardashian sister who has been slammed for selling her second-hand clothes online.

Earlier this year, Khloe was ripped by fans for not “donating to people in need” and instead profiting off her worn boots, bras, and corsets.

Kylie faced similar backlash when she listed her collection of designer bags on KardashianKloset.com, including a $65,000 Birkin.

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However, sister Kourtney has insisted that the reselling site has some ethical purposes.

She previously wrote on Instagram: "I love how selling items from our closets extends the life of these pieces, lowering the footprint and keeping them out of landfills.”



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