Kim Kardashian is being accused of “manufacturing reality” after her St. Patrick’s Day pub crawl went viral.
The “Kardashians” star grabbed a pint with pals earlier this month for the holiday — but a wide shot of the outing sheds a different light on what was thought to be a “relatable” outing.
In a Twitter photo posted by Dan Zetterström on March 17, the reality star could be seen surrounded by bright lights and camera equipment.
Other customers sat in the background looking on as she seemingly filmed her family’s reality show.
“A friend … sent me this from a pub in London,” Zetterström wrote. “Told him to ask @KimKardashian about #UFOs and the new @blink182 album.
“Fingers crossed!” he continued. “Quite the crowd forming.”
Twitter users called out Kardashian, with one joking, “I can’t believe how many camera people are there for a candid reality show.”
Another noted, “A 4 cam production team following your every move seems terrible.”
The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” alum documented her pub tour in her own way via Instagram Stories.
“Pub hopping on this St. Paddy’s day,” she captioned a March 17 snap holding glasses of Guinness.
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The Skims creator went on to show her “baby Guinness” shot.
While Kardashian did not show her outfit, she was photographed in double denim by a fellow bar patron.
“It’s weird because she fully fits in this looks like any Friday night story,” one Twitter user wrote of the snap.
A second compared the model to an “average girlie,” while a third called her a “standard hun.”
However, another noted, “It screams ‘guys I’m just like you!’ But one arm of her jacket cost more than my rent for a year.”
Kardashian and her family members have been called “out of touch” in the past, with Kylie Jenner and Kris Jenner making headlines for their confusion driving through a car wash in a May 2022 episode of their Hulu show.
As for Kardashian, the “Selfish” author was slammed in March 2022 when she told women to “get your f–king ass up and work” in a Variety interview.
The “mortified” businesswoman defended herself five months later, saying the quote was “taken out of context” and not meant as “a blanket statement.”