According to Access Hollywood, supermodel Kendall Jenner's prep for the Met Gala in New York City was a "heroic" one.
In a now-deleted tweet, the website praised the Instagirl for loading up on grilled cheese and fries before strutting her stuff in a white jumpsuit at Monday's red carpet affair.
In response to the Kardashian supermodel posting an Instagram story of her meal prior to her appearance at the fancy engagement, Access Online tweeted:
@KendallJenner ate grilled cheese, fries, crepes & more before hitting the #MetGala red carpet. Now *that* is bravery.
Twitter gave the website a collective eyeroll for equating eating with bravery.
@slaggylindsey Is it bravery? Or is it eating?— Boogie (@Boogie)1525741621.0
@accessonline @KendallJenner It sounds hungry, not brave.— Lisa O'Donnell (@Lisa O'Donnell)1525818557.0
@accessonline @KendallJenner No disrespect to @KendallJenner, but this makes me sick. Eating food and being beautif… https://t.co/FAewVJoX2X— Fractured Fissure (@Fractured Fissure)1525811054.0
Who knew that engaging in such a quotidian necessity would earn such high praise? I just wolfed down a Subway sandwich, some Sun Chips, and a large Diet Coke on my way to work today; where's my shout-out?
Twitter had similar concerns. One user tweeted, "I think I qualify for a nobel peace prize."
@BeardedGenius For the last 42 years I’ve eaten 3 meals a day - before, during and after putting clothes on. My bra… https://t.co/l3Tiy7a74i— jane k (@jane k)1525803982.0
@spacemonkeyjsc @BeardedGenius I don’t like to brag about it. But a nomination for the Pride of Britain awards wouldn’t be unwelcome— jane k (@jane k)1525815335.0
@BeardedGenius Just ate a Roast Dinner with all the trimmings and a family sized chocolate gateaux washed down with… https://t.co/2jMYTuK8Zm— Louis (@Louis)1525804640.0
@BeardedGenius I ate my breakfast before putting my clothes on this morning. And then I ate my clothes because said… https://t.co/jjPKJOpe3Z— Charlie (@Charlie)1525815866.0
So, apparently, this is what bravery looks like.
In addition to their tweet, the website reiterated, "Carb-loading before the Met Gala proves the 22-year-old is practically fearless."
Their tweet in praise of her so-called bravery was ripped apart on social media for its exploitation of feminism.
I urge other women who are brave enough to eat food before wearing clothes to come forward ✊ https://t.co/x7zT1Allk8— Nooruddean (@Nooruddean)1525803636.0
that must have been so hard for her. thank you for sharing her story <3 https://t.co/7OGRN1nNw5— alex (@alex)1525738886.0
first she came out as straight and now THIS? braver than the US Marines https://t.co/mnZrrJWiUb— ellie (@ellie)1525805930.0
A woman eating carbs before being seen in public? Such heroism has not been observed in modern times! Show us to th… https://t.co/WpOX56z8rt— Lauren Duca (@Lauren Duca)1525813982.0
This user bypassed sarcasm and bluntly schooled Access Online's lame comment.
eating isn’t brave u soggy clump of toilet paper https://t.co/BBpzuG96R8— linds (@linds)1525739557.0
People appreciated them deleting the tweet following the backlash.
Access deleted their tweet calling Kendall Jenner “brave” for eating before putting on a dress and I think that’s t… https://t.co/IQsgeRo3Ju— Lisa Marie 🏳️🌈 (@Lisa Marie 🏳️🌈)1525821429.0