Kylie Jenner angered fans on Twitter Thursday after posting a photo of her hiding her face, presumably from paparazzi, while walking outside. The caption read, “Don’t shoot.” The 17-year-old reality star was immediately slammed over the questionable caption. 


"Don't shoot" became the rallying cry for protestors in Missouri last month after the death of 18-year-old Mike Brown by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. A few weeks later at the 2014 MTV VMAs, Kylie and sisters Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian were criticized after being caught on MTV’s cameras using their cellphones during a moment of silence in honor of the slain teenager. 



Brown was shot by Wilson, 28, on Aug. 9 after he allegedly put his hands up during an altercation with Wilson on a street in Ferguson, according to witnesses. Police said they had cause to shoot Brown, but the details of what happened in the moments before the shooting have been slow to emerge. Protestors, in response to the incident, used a hands-up gesture defiantly during demonstrations, often chanting, "Hands up! Don't shoot" to officers.

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