Kylie Jenner Trolled On Twitter For The Terrible Shower Pressure In Her $36M Mansion

The 23-year-old billionaire Kylie Jenner keeping up with the Kardashians star owns four sprawling properties – one of which being her Holmby Hills home in Los Angeles, which cost her a staggering $36million (£26.5million).

In 2013, at just 17, she purchased her "starter" home for $3.15 million. By August 2016, she'd already purchased her third property, a 5,000 square foot, 4-bedroom, 4-bath next door to her other Hidden Hills home. In 2020, her "starter" home was back on the market for $3,599,000.

The beauty mogul is quite active Instagram user and always flaunts her lavish homes and shares her daily activities.

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In October of last year, she went out all out for Halloween and posted several pictures of her elaborate mansion decked out with spooky lights and decorations.

For Christmas, she seemed to step it up even more with a massive tree inside. But there were plenty of other festive treats around the house.

Recently, Jenner shared an Instagram story of her beautiful mansion marble bathroom featuring black shower with weak water pressure.

Later, netizens from all over the world flooded the social site with their opinions and roasted her for the week pressure, and then led her name trend worldwide on Twitter.

Some think that their house has better pressure that Kylie's $35m mansions, while some shared hilarious meme on Jenner's water pressure and asked her to use her billion dollars to fix that.

Scroll down to check the netizens reaction.

Kylie bought the gorgeous house of dreams back in April 2020, and it has since become home to the beauty mogul and her two-year-old daughter Stormi.

Later, Kylie Jenner sounded annoyed by the criticism as she tried to blast it away with her with high-tech shower in her multimillion-dollar mansion on Wednesday.

The Kardashians star shared videos to her Insta Stories of her home shower to demonstrate its power; though it wasn't the same shower social media users had been poking fun at.

It had a convenient bench to sit on during a shower, as well as a large square showerhead hanging from the ceiling a smaller silver square shower head attached to the wall for a more directional stream.

'I keep seeing on the Internet my f***ing shower,' Kylie said in exasperation.

The shower in the video was clearly not the one that had inspired ridicule, and she explained that the gray walk-in shower was her home shower, while the earlier photo was taken of the shower at her offices.

'I think it's an amazing shower. I have no problem with it,' she explained, adding, 'But everyone seems to find my water pressure very concerning.'

Kylie continued: 'so this is really my shower at my house. It's amazing.'

She turned to the digital display that started the shower and set the exact water temperature, revealing that she preferred it set to 102 degrees Fahrenheit.

Once the water started streaming down, the faux billionaire put her hand under it to demonstrate how strong the pressure was.

'It's amazing. Thank you everyone for your concern,' she added sarcastically while also apologizing for wasting water for the demonstration.

'Happy I don't even know what day it is!' she said amid festivities from President Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony in Washington, DC.

Nonetheless, Kylie has massive followers, currently; she had 208 million followers and is ranked the fifth most-followed Instagram account of 2020 and in the top 10 list of youngest billionaire