KIM Kardashian has been slammed for making fans "beg" for money in her $500 cash giveaway.
The KUWTK star, 40, was accused of "degrading" her followers by asking them to explain why she should give them the cash.
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Kim – who reportedly made $50 million this year – announced on Monday that she's sending $500 to 1,000 people.
"Hey guys! 2020 has been hard and many are worried about paying rent or putting food on their table," she tweeted.
"I want to spread the love by sending $500 to 1000 people. Send me your $cashtag below with."
While many praised the mom-of-four for her generosity, others said it made them "feel like s**t" to "beg for money".
One wrote: "Celebrities be like: 'we know you guys are starving and the government won’t help you, so beg for money online and I might sprinkle you peasants some.'"
Another user added: "celebrities making us beg for cashapp money on here I feel like s**t."
A third referenced Kim's "tone-deaf" 40th birthday bash in Tahiti, asking: "Does this ease your conscience about about your covid vacation? Or do you feel powerful making people beg you for money?"
One critic pointed out that the money is not coming from Kim but from Cashapp.
"These celebrities giving money set through Cashapp are not giving their own money. Cashapp/Chime is sponsoring," they wrote.
"It's awesome people are getting help but I keep seeing people framing the celebrities as awesome people for giving 'their' money away."
Kim – whose husband Kanye West had Covid earlier this year – was previously slammed for bragging about her “wealth” during her luxurious 40th birthday tropical getaway in October.
The birthday girl boasted about how “privileged” she is in a series of family photos from a private island – as critics pointed out people are dying in the pandemic.
Just weeks later, Kim's sister Kendall Jenner was slammed for throwing a huge 25th birthday party where 100 guests went mask-free.
People took aim at the model for blowing out her birthday candles in the "uncomfortable" waiter's face – despite Covid cases continuing to rise in the US.
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