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People Are Accusing Kim Kardashian and Kanye West of Allegedly Mistreating Wildlife in Wyoming

Abby Gardner

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are certainly no strangers to controversy. Justified or not, it's practically a way of life for their extremely famous family. Whether it's Kim getting mommy-shamed for letting their daughter North wear hoop earrings, being accused of cultural appropriation, or Kanye wearing MAGA hats and saying slavery was a choice, the couple makes headlines with pretty much everything they do, say, or post on social media.

The latest controversy comes after Kardashian posted an Instagram video at their new ranch in Wyoming — which TMZ reports cost around $14 million for 4500 acres— where West can be seen driving an ATV amongst a herd of wild antelope. In the video, the vehicle appears to be chasing the herd, upsetting fans and detractors alike for their treatment of the animals. Even Kardashian can be heard saying in the social media post, "I think you're scaring them!!!"

TMZ reports that the Wyoming Game & Fish Dept. was informed about the video and "paid a visit to the manager of Kanye's new ranch to make sure everyone is aware of the rules pertaining to wildlife." (Animal harassment is outlawed in the state.) A source close to the couple told the outlet though that "they were simply cruising along when the animals came running by" and that there was no chase or harassment. Reportedly, no formal complaint was actually filed.

That didn't stop social media users from getting upset about the video. "Kim can posts as many nudes as she wants. Kanye can put that Christian choir on whatever hook he wants.. I’ll tell you what- Antelope chasing is where I draw the line!!," one tweeted. "What in the name of $*&% were they thinking? I think my blood pressure just pinned in the red," another penned.

Neither West nor Kardashian has publicly addressed the matter.

Originally Appeared on Glamour