KARDASHIAN fans are ripping the famous family for gifting the kids huge gumball machines and bikes for Easter.
The reality stars have often been blasted for flaunting their wealth in the past, and followers are upset that they’re still continuing to do so.
On Saturday, Kris Jenner hosted her family's lavish Easter party, which included a massive food and dessert spread, as well as an arts station for the kids.
The festivities continued on Sunday for the actual holiday, with more food spreads, an egg hunt, and gifts for the kids.
It was that last part that fans really took issue with, with the Kardashians once again flaunting their money but giving out quite a few presents.
To start, the seat placements at the dining table were designated by giant chocolate eggs with a name on each for Kris' grandkids.
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The list of grandchildren included: Stormi, four; True, also four; North, eight; and Chicago, four.
They also included Saint, six; Psalm, two; Mason, 12; Penelope, nine; Reign, six; and Dream, five.
There were also huge gift baskets individually wrapped for each of the little ones.
"A basket for each kid," Kim said as she showed them off. "How amazing is my mom?"
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Next to the containers sat even more presents.
Kim shared a look at the huge pink, purple, and teal gumball machines for the kids.
They were given brand new bikes, as well.
The 41-year-old told her followers, along with the video: "Look at this, this is insane."
Fans on Reddit were quick to agree, calling all of it "really excessive."
Kylie shared a photo of the candy machines, though, and said she "had to get these for my girls."
Fans didn't think it was necessary though, with one sarcastically writing: “Because why teach these kids to share.”
Another one said: “It’s so over the top. I’m over these ostentatious displays of wealth.”
A third commented: “This is completely obscene.”
Others called it “so extra” and “unnecessary,” as it was all about flaunting their “privilege and excess.”
Along with the large amount of gifts, fans thought the entire party was too extravagant, as well, saying that it seemed "so wasteful."
Mainly, they took issue with Kris' large dessert table, filled with bunny cookies of various colors, a giant bunny cake, a massive Easter egg cake, and cupcakes – with eggs, peeps and bunny ears as decorations.
One user said on Reddit: "Really, really pretty. But I always wonder how much of that stuff actually gets eaten and how much lands in the bin."
A second agreed and wrote: "I hope they let the staff get the leftovers or they donate them.
"The Kardashians aren’t known for being generous or giving back so who knows?"
Previously, fans blasted the family for other instances of flaunting their wealth.
Kim was slammed over a resurfaced tweet she posted in 2016 about how much money she had made from her mobile game.
In the tweet, Kim wrote: “Sorry I'm late to the party guys I was busy cashing my 80 million video game check & transferring 53 million into our joint account.”
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The tweet referred to the money she had earned from the free-to-play mobile game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
Last year, the mom of four was slammed for showcasing her children’s luxury toy car collection while people suffered economic losses and family bereavements due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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