Millionaire Supermodel Rides Lyft For Free Because Life Isn't Fair

Images: Getty
Images: Getty

You know who deserves to get free things? Poor people.

But in the twisted capitalist dystopia we live in, rich people are often the beneficiaries of the sweetest free goods. The latest instance of injustice? Kendall Jenner—whose net worth is reportedly around $10 million—has just received a year of free rides on Lyft, after her sister Kim Kardashian complained the supermodel had been banned from Uber.


An Uber source told Entertainment Tonight that Jenner hadn’t been banned, but that her account had been temporarily put on hold because of a minor issue.


Before Uber could win one of its most famous customers back, Lyft offered Jenner free rides for a year. The supermodel thanked Uber’s competitor for its generosity on her Snapchat channel.

Kim Kardashian is currently living rent-free in a New York City Airbnb that’s on the market for $25 million. None of this is fair, at all, and there’s nothing we can do about it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

[TMZ via Mashable]


Eve Peyser was the night editor at Gizmodo.

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There is a solution: stop reporting on these no value added people.

Their “influence” exists because organizations like this continue to publicize them. Imagine what could be done if that time was used on people / occurrences that actually had merit.

But then, you wouldn't have anything to complain about, and complaining brings ratings.