KYLIE Jenner has clapped back at fans who accused her of letting her four-year-old daughter Stormi wear an "inappropriate" outfit to the Billboard Music Awards.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum attended the red carpet event alongside her baby daddy and daughter, three months after delivering her newborn son.
But fans ripped Kylie, 24, for the outfit she chose for her little girl, as many deemed it "inappropriate" for a child of her age.
The reality star has since clapped back at the haters, by sharing a glamorous photo of her daughter on her Instagram Stories.
The TV personality took to the platform to post a picture from the red carpet where she walked while holding Stormi's hand.
The little girl wore the controversial outfit in the photo, a tight white dress with one long sleeve.
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The tiny tot had her hair slicked back in a bun as she walked alongside her famous mom.
Kylie captioned the post: "I mean," with several heart-eye emojis and a kiss emoji.
The photo followed fan backlash over Stormi's look, as she joined her parents for the Billboard Awards.
Fans ripped the rapper and makeup mogul, one writing: "She’s literally a child I cannot."
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A second agreed: "That is not a kids dress. She's super cute, but that dress is disturbing to see on a little kid."
"Sorry this is inappropriate for a child," a third chimed in, while another said, "Dress is way too much for a toddler."
"Inappropriate for a child her age," one commented as the backlash continued to pour in.
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The tot was spotted earlier in the day with her mother on the reality star's $72M private jet, seemingly on the way to the awards show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
This was not the first time that the KUWTK alum has been called out for her parenting decisions.
Previously, Kylie was ripped for allowing Stormi to feed rare reptiles during their exotic vacation.
It all kicked off when the TV star filmed herself and her family giving food to iguanas on the beach.
“Oh, he’s looking for food,” Kylie exclaimed as a large reptile crawled over to them on the beach.
“He knows you’re gonna feed him!” she added.
In the next clip, Kylie got closer to another lizard and filmed as she held out the food herself.
“Ahhhhh,” she screamed as the reptile got closer.
“Stormi, you wanna try to feed one,” Kylie asked the youngster.
"So dangerous!" one fan said at the time after viewing the clips.
Kylie wasn't the only one facing criticism at the Billboard Music Awards, as her baby daddy Travis Scott, 31, raised eyebrows over his performance.
The father of two took the stage on Sunday night dressed in an all-white outfit, consisting of a long-sleeved shirt, puffy jacket, and edgy sunglasses.
As he rapped, the musician was seen interacting with dancers and models on the stage.
In one clip re-shared by fans on Reddit, Travis could be seen approaching a dancer who was scantily clad in a white bikini, fur jacket, and icy makeup.
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The Astroworld founder then placed his head on her chest, rapping as she rubbed and caressed his head.
Fans were stunned by the performance as they slammed him for the flirtatious interaction in front of his baby mama and daughter.
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