Frances Bean Cobain - Kendall Jenner accused of seeking attention
Kendall Jenner has been accused by Frances Bean Cobain of venting her problems on Twitter for attention and she advised her to deal with her issues in private.
The 20-year-old model - who is the daughter of Courtney Love and the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain - doesn't think Kendall is a bad person but advised the 17-year-old 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star to try to deal with her issues privately instead of getting strangers to throw her a ''pity party.''
Frances reignited her feud with Kendall, which began earlier this week, on Friday night (24.05.13), writing: ''Everyone's problems are relative and I in no way meant to demean your issues but publicly complaining about how hard your life is, is completely self serving. It's asking for attention. If you are feeling like shit talk to someone who you trust as opposed to fishing for sympathy from your followers. I don't know you nor do I think ur a bad person.
''I believe that venting about ones problems via the Internet is a blatant cry for attention. We all have experienced pain.
''I try to deal w/ pain in a manner that pertains to my real life not in a way where strangers throw me a pity party.
''To each their own though man. It's not my life, live it in whatever manner you want to. (SIC)''
The duo got into a war of words after Kendall tweeted on Tuesday (21.05.13): ''Just wish things could be easier sometimes mann,'' after which Frances called her a ''self absorbed idiot.''
She wrote: ''Oh shh. There are kids on earth abandoned & homeless who forcibly drink contaminated water because clean water isn't accessible. Oh ya, not to mention, CANCER, famine, poverty, draught, disease, natural disasters, Death. F**k, Humans are so self involved . . . I'd like to thank my parents for providing me with a high IQ & I'd like to thank my grams for encouraging me not to be a self absorbed idiot.''
Kendall deleted her original message but hit back on Thursday (23.05.13), writing: ''An individuals feelings are relative to their environment. You don't know me, you don't even know what I was referring to. I am aware that I am very privileged and blessed, and I'm thankful for that everyday. I know there are greater problems . . . in the world. I pray for those people every night and give back as much as I can. So who are you to judge me?''