Kylie Jenner turned to Instagram to share a sweet picture of Travis Scott with his arms around her as they stand in front of their car.
What she likely wasn’t expecting is that fans would pick up on the handicap sign in the background.
“Partners in crime 4 evaaa,” the make-up mogul captioned the photo.
The reserved for handicap sign can be seen through the window of the open door.
In a statement, disability inclusion group The Ruderman Family Foundation’s president Jay Ruderman slammed the photo.
“Accessible parking is meant for people with disabilities who need it,” he told People. “As a role model to many, this is an opportunity for Kylie Jenner to use her celebrity status to help society understand why accessible parking is a basic right for people with disabilities to be included in daily life.”
“Sooo, Which one of y’all are handicap?” one person questioned.
Another person added, “I believe you. It’s a crime to park in the handicap parking spot. I sure hope you are bragging because you’re parked there. Karma has a way of making things equal. I would not tempt fate.”
A third added, “please pay the $250 fine if you don’t mind.”
They were only a handful of many comments slamming the reality star and her rapper boyfriend for their choice of parking.
Yet, Kylie isn’t the first one in her family to deal with this. Her sister, Kendall, was on the receiving end of the backlash when her Ferrari was parked in a disabled spot outside a restaurant.
A rep issued a statement saying that Kendall did not park the car herself. “The valet parked Kendall’s car in the handicap spot. Kendall ran and jumped in the car when she saw the paparazzi instead of waiting for valet to bring her car to her.”