Kendall Jenner has set tongues wagging once again with a photoshoot for Vogue Italia.
The 23-year-old bared all except for a pair of rubber gloves, nude stockings and a pair of white heels in the newly unveiled spread for the Italian edition of the fashion mag.
Kendall posted a teaser video to her Instagram yesterday (Saturday February 2) with the caption: ‘call me… i’m waiting ahh @vogueitalia teaser videos by @mertalas @macpiggott @gb65”
The vid has picked up almost 870K likes at time of writing.
Kendall’s been in the news recently after being subpoenaed for her role in the infamous Fyre Festival.
Fans called for her to donate her $250,000 fee to the manual workers who went unpaid when it collapsed.
‘If Kendall Jenner donated her 250k Instagram post payment to the Bahamian workers who built Fyre Festival I’d almost be willing to forgive this Proactiv journey she;s [sic] on,’ New York author Lara Marie Schoenhals wrote, MailOnline reports.
Fortunately for one employee at the centre of the Fyre storm, viewers of the Netflix Fyre documentary have come to her rescue.
Maryann Rolle, a caterer, was forced to become a hero to help out her fellow Bahamian workers who were sorely let down by the organisers’ carelessness.
Rolle had not been booked as the original caterer for the disastrous festival – which had falsely advertised 5* cuisine – but reluctantly rose to the challenge, serving more than 1,000 meals to the let-down attendees.
McFarland failed to pay Rolle the $50,000 she was owed for feeding attendees, meaning she had to draw from her own life savings to pay her workers.
Viewers were left in tears as Rolle described how this loss of savings had affected her life:
I had ten persons working for me just preparing food all day and all night, 24 hours. I literally had to pay all those people.
I went through about $50,000 of my savings that I could’ve had for a rainy day. They just wiped it out and never looked back. I don’t even like to talk about the Fyre Festival anymore. Just take it away and let me start a new beginning because they really, really hurt me.
Two weeks after the documentary’s release, and a GoFundMe page has raised more than $200,000 worth of donations for Rolle and her husband, with many people offering words of support for the hardworking couple.
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Tim Horner is a sub-editor at UNILAD. He graduated with a BA Journalism from University College Falmouth before most his colleagues were born. A previous editor of adult mags, he now enjoys bringing the tone down in the viral news sector.