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Kylie Jenner & Travis Scott's "Partners In Crime" Instagram Has Fans Really Pissed

Kylie Jenner is finding herself in hot water again, and no, it's not the water by the Turks and Caicos mansion she stayed in for the Kylie Skin summer vacation. Jenner is back from her luxurious vacay. She and Travis Scott are back to their Instagram couple ways, posting photos together on the 'Gram. But Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's "partners in crime" Instagram posted after Jenner got back from her trip has people online talking, and they aren't kind words.

Jenner posted a photo of her and Scott to her Instagram account on Sunday, July 21. In the photo, Jenner's wearing a pink suit jacket over a blue onesie and has Scott's arms wrapped around her. They're posing just outside of their car, but look through the tinted car window and it's clear to see that the car is parked in a disability-accessible parking space. Jenner and Scott don't have any physical disabilities that fans are aware of, so they seemingly don't have a need to park in this space.

Jenner captioned the post "partners in crime 4 evaaa." Is the crime here parking in a disability-accessible parking space without a permit/disability? Looks like it!

People on Instagram are calling them both out for taking up this space.

"Last time I checked neither of them were handicapped," one person commented.

"Why you park in handicapped spot you’re not handicapped!!! Those people really might need it!" another said.

"All I see is handicapped parking," one person posted.

"Did you seriously park in a spot reserved for people with disabilities? Not cool at all," another commented.

These comments are right. It's seriously uncool for Jenner and Scott to park in that space when they don't need it. Not to mention illegal if you don't have a permit. It's so easy not to park in these spots, why did they? Did they move the car after? Did they stay parked there all night? This just seems like something they could have easily avoided had they paid any attention.

Jenner hasn't responded to the comments about the parking spot, however. She typically doesn't respond to people who call her out, unless it's fellow influencers accusing her of "copying" their aesthetic.

Jenner might be hoping people will just see this as another human mistake of hers. On her Instagram during her Kylie Skin vacation, Jenner posted a photo with a long, honest caption asking people to remember that she has her own real-life issues.

"I’m proud of myself, my heart, and my strength. Growing up in the light with a million eyes on you just isn’t normal. I’ve lost friends along the way and I’ve lost myself too sometimes. My first tattoo was 'sanity' to remind myself everyday to keep it," she wrote. "I’ve struggled with anxiety my whole young adult life and after my baby I dealt with all the internal ups and downs. I felt like I had to find myself completely again."

"I keep a whole lot to myself but just wanted to share and let you know I’m human," her caption continued. "My life is not perfect and what you see here on social media is just the surface. Be gentle with yourself, move on, and let go. We are all capable of great things, worthy of love, and allowed to express ourselves. Do more of what makes you happy and be unapologetic. Now is your season ✨ We all have a magnificent destiny."

As far as fans know, Jenner is not among those who are living with a disability. So hopefully she learns to avoid taking spots reserved for those who are after this latest social media dustup.