Kylie Jenner loves to show off her and her boyfriend Travis Scott’s private jets. She came under fire back in July for choosing to fly absurdly short distances, which is a huge waste of energy. Kylie was labeled as a “climate criminal” for her actions. Her private jet was recently forced to return back to LA after Kim’s birthday party due to severe wind conditions.

Kim Kardashian’s 42nd birthday festivities were cut short when a private plane rented by her half-sister, Kylie Jenner, was forced to turn around and head back to Los Angeles due to strong winds that were deemed too hazardous to fly through. According to, the celebrity shared footage of her evening on her Instagram Story, the first of which showed her boarding the jet bound for Las Vegas.

Before going to singer Usher’s sold-out residency at Park MGM, Kardashian claimed that she and her family were planning to have a party at Carbone Las Vegas. Kardashian and the group celebrating her birthday took advantage of their early arrival back in Los Angeles by stopping for a quick supper at a nearby In-N-Out Burger.

The first videos of Kardashian showed her boarding the plane, which was decorated for her birthday. As she traveled to Las Vegas wearing a low-cut sparkly bikini top and skintight leggings, the reality television star left nothing to the viewers’ imagination.

After Kylie was criticized for allegedly using her private plane for relatively brief excursions, many TikTok users commented on the video asking the mother of two if she had taken her private jet to Target. Kylie’s private jet concerns seem to get back to her all the time. Stay tuned to Thirsty for the latest news and updates.

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