Kylie Jenner seems to be urging her 199 million Instagram followers to make their voices heard on November 3, when she attended a pop-up event supporting the vote.
The 23-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star showed off her stretched belly in her Instagram stories on Monday as she highlighted the show in West Hollywood.
The pop-up was created by Favored Nations, a non-profit organization designed to mobilize young Americans around social and environmental issues.
Revelation: 23-year-old Kylie Jenner flaunts her toned belly as she visits a pop-up window with a themed vote Monday in West Hollywood
The organization was co-founded earlier this year by the star “But All the Valuable Boys I Ever Loved” and Noah Sentineo and entrepreneur Josh Heller.
Kylie looked seamlessly cool at the event in a black cropped tank top, showing her mid-tone, paired with a set of high-waisted black jeans.
The cosmetics mogul also stood warm in a black coat and was equipped with a black leather bag.
She was joined at the exclusive event by some of her friends, including her bff Stassie Karanikolaou, who wore a white shirt with a black jacket and black jeans.
Back in Black: Kylie looked seamlessly cool at the event in a black cropped tank top showing her midline, which she paired with a set of high-waisted black jeans.
Reinforcements: She was joined at the exclusive event by some of her friends, including her bff Stassie Karanikolaou, who wore a white shirt with a black jacket and black jeans.
The friends were seen sitting inside a giant mouth placed on the wall behind them, “USE YOUR VOICE.”
The pop-up, which has the slogan “F ** k This I Voting,” had displays dedicated to California voting proposals and a fake voting booth.
The exhibit included a wall where guests could sign their names and write about who or what they were voting for, and Kylie wrote “For My Daughter” before signing her name.
It appears to be one of the few signatures, as the civilian pop-up is only available to those who have an invitation and an appointment, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Sweet: The exhibition included a wall where guests could sign their names and write about who or what they were voting for, and Kylie wrote “For My Daughter” before signing her name.
Be informed: The pop-up window, which has the slogan “F ** k This I Voting”, had displays dedicated to the California voting proposals and a fake voting booth.
New Nonprofit: Favored Nations co-founded earlier this year the To All The Boys I once loved before star Noah Centineo and entrepreneur Josh Heller
Stylish: Kylie also shared photos of a living room with a pink neon sign with “give as ** t”, as well as a short video of a video installation that shows many slogans supporting the vote
Kylie also shared photos of a lobby with a pink neon sign with the caption “give as ** t”, as well as a short video of a video installation showing many slogans supporting the vote.
Until now, Kylie has been silent about who she plans to vote for in the upcoming election, but she may have hinted at her preferences last month.
On September 30, the day after the first presidential debate, Kylie shared a post by Michelle Obama praising former vice president and current Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
However, she deleted the post within minutes.
Later: Later in the day, the reality star was seen leaving Nice after a dinner party with friends.
She leaves: The media personality tried to make a modest exit from the restaurant while covering his face with his hands
In her post, the former first lady sympathized with viewers who were “excluded from the president’s behavior last night” at the debate, during which he was criticized by numerous experts for repeatedly interrupting Biden and ignoring the moderator, Fox News presenter Chris Wallace. .
It was later revealed that the president had tested positive for the new coronavirus after the debate, and the White House declined to say when his last test was negative.
Obama praised Biden as “the only way out of this chaos and restore some stability in this country” and called on his followers to help friends and family register and vote.
Charging: On September 30, the day after the first presidential debate, Kylie shared a post by Michelle Obama praising former Vice President Joe Biden, although he quickly deleted it.
Feeling the pain: In the post, the former first lady sympathizes with viewers who were “excluded from the president’s behavior last night” at the first debate
It is not clear why almost the billionaire removed it or even intends to publish it at all.
So far, most of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have avoided choosing a side in the election, although Kim Kardashian has met with Trump several times to speed up her work on criminal justice reform.
She also urged her fans to vote this month without naming a candidate.
However, Kourtney jumped into the brawl earlier this month when she posted a photo of herself wearing a black baseball cap with the caption “Vote Kanye”, although her son-in-law managed to enter the ballot in only a handful of countries and is most likely unable to win enough votes in the electoral colleges to win.
His hat is off! Courtney Kardashian showed her support for Kanye West’s presidential aspirations on Thursday. Next photo had a yellow arrow drawn to the “Vote Kanye” cap
Kylie’s recent outing comes when she unveiled her new leopard collection at Kylie Cosmetics.
She was spotted in a leopard print dress and sporty long brunettes in a promotional video shared on Instagram.
The reality star also directed the iconic gaze of her mother Chris Jenner to another scene in which she wore a leopard suit.
Wild thing: Kylie’s recent outing comes as she unveiled her new leopard collection at Kylie Cosmetics on Instagram on Monday
Striking: The reality star turned her mother’s iconic gaze Chris Jenner to another scene in which she wore a leopard suit