Twitter Is Dragging Kylie Jenner for Her Huge Luxury Shower's Low Water Pressure

At least one person offered to help fix the problem.

Kylie Jenner
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Over the weekend, Kylie Jenner posted images of her $36 million mansion in Holmby Hills. During this Instagram story tour, she posted a photo of one of the bathrooms and its luxurious showers. The pink marble shower looked pristine, except for one thing: the water pressure on the shower head appeared to be less than ideal.

Once fans saw this particular detail, they pointed out the irony that Jenner lives in this giant mansion, but the water pressure is...bad.

Here's what Twitter had to say:

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Jenner is only 23 years old, but she's more than familiar with big-time real estate and fancy homes, like the one where this questionable shower-head resides. 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.

Every once in a while, Jenner gives fans a peek at her luxurious lifestyle and home—usually around holidays and parties. 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.

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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.

Something to think about: Expensive holiday decor only lasts a season, but a nice, hot shower with excellent water pressure? That lasts a lifetime...or at least until you buy your next mansion.

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Hilary Weaver is a freelance writer based in New York who writes about politics, queer issues, Meryl Streep, Glenn Close, and every woman the Queen has ever made a dame. I saw Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again three times in theaters, and that's pretty much all you need to know.