A List of Self-Absorbed Tweets by Kendall Jenner’s New Nemesis, Frances Bean Cobain

Frances Bean Kendall JennerFrances Bean, daughter of music legends Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain, started an online feud with Kendall Jenner, daughter of Kris and Bruce Jenner, over fame and over-sharing on Twitter.

After 17-year-old Kendall tweeted “just wish things could be easier sometimes,” Frances, 20, responded directly by reminding her that she shouldn’t complain because some people don’t have clean water, good health, or a roof over their head. She also called her a “f*cking idiot” and said “humans are so self involved.”

Somebody takes after their mom/spends wayyyy too much time on Twitter. Overreact much?

Jenner recently responded to Cobain’s messages in a fairly courteous way, writing, “an individuals feelings are relative to their environment. you don’t know me, you don’t even know what i was referring to.” And later:

“i am aware that i am very privileged and blessed, and im thankful for that everyday, i know there are greater problems in the world. i pray for those people every night and give back as much as i can. so who are u to judge me?” 

I cruised through Cobain’s feed (mostly stuff about cats and bands) and discovered many a self-absorbed tweet that I would love to share with you. (Shhhh, I’m hunting hypocrites.)

You’ll see below that Cobain said something similar about being judged back in October.

Over 40 million people in the world are living with HIV or AIDS.

Angelina Jolie cut her boobs off so she could be with her kids longer.

Five thousand children go missing every year in New Delhi.

The Kardashians are such easy targets. You might as well bully a Mason jar.

https://twitter.com/alka_seltzer666/status/337896311183519744

Are you going to keep talking about your sweater? People in Africa are starving.

My wallet’s too small for my fifties and my diamond shoes are too tight.

“I believe that venting about ones problems via the Internet is a blatant cry for attention.” -Frances Bean

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