Kylie Jenner has been facing a ton of criticism since being caught Nov. 5 for seemingly recording Instagram story videos while driving.

Fans reached out and tried to educate the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” star on the immense dangers of using her cellphone while driving after she posted the videos, but to make matters worse, according to Cosmopolitan, fans were further upset when they realized the reality star and mogul was also driving very fast.

One user commented: "I honestly don’t understand how nobody has called @KylieJenner out for using her phone whilst driving. I’ve seen her do it on her insta stories numerous times! Seeing as she’s got such a following it’s not setting a great example! Winds me up so much!"

Around the same time, people were also taking to Twitter to vent about the matter.

Jenner was driving around in her Bugatti Chiron, which didn’t help her case since her purchasing the car also received a lot of criticism from fans. Most notably, people called her out for showing off her wealth while purchasing the Bugatti. She bought the car just after her break-up with Travis Scott, which many people took as her flexing her wealth.

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Television personality Kylie Jenner poses inside Sugar Factory American Brasserie at the Fashion Show mall on April 22, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Getty Images/Ethan Miller

There were mixed reactions when she first obtained the car, with one Twitter user saying “Kylie got her heart broke then bought a Bugatti being rich is nice” and another saying “Hate on Kylie all you want but girl went through a break up by buying a Bugatti the next day, how can you be mad.”

One Twitter user said “Kylie Jenner showing off her new break up Bugatti to her fans who’s families are struggling working minimum wage jobs. Is what’s wrong with America,” which shared a link to Jenner’s now-deleted Instagram post that initially showed off the new sports car.

Despite many fans calling her out for being careless and detached, Jenner has yet to respond to any online criticism.