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Was Kylie Jenner banned from the Met Gala afterparty in New York City? deets here


Kylie Jenner was allegedly rejected from the upcoming Met Gala while trying to meet her sister, Kendall. The Hulu actor, 25, attended Doja Cat, Diddy, and club owner Richie Akiva’s party at The Box Monday night.

Kylie reportedly arrived at the nightclub in New York City around midnight to join Kendall and her suspected lover, Bad Bunny, who were already there.

But what came as a shock was when they banned Jenner from the club, a source suspected. “They wouldn’t let her in,” a source told Page Six. They had to close the entrance because it was full.”

Reasons for not being allowed in

As it appears that more than 100 individuals were trying to enter the building, resulting in a “chaotic scene”,

According to the insider, Kylie got out of her car before the organizers, who had intended to bring her in through a side entrance, were ready for her arrival.

“She got out of her car way too early,” the person said.

“Then she decided to go home because she didn’t want to be at a crowded party,” which made her head home.

Other than Kylie Jenner, other influential celebrities were also denied entry.

According to another source, Janelle Monae and Gossip Girl actor Evan Mock have been turned away since the door was closed and the club was crowded.

“The crowd opened the door again and again,” they said.

Kylie Jenner’s black skinny outfit for her after-party look

Kylie attended the after-party wearing a black satin gown with an off-the-shoulder neckline, black leather gloves, and stilettos.

Her dress was a sharp contrast to her outfit from the Met Gala earlier in the day, which was a scarlet gown with a thigh slit.

Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty was the theme for this year’s Met Gala, paying homage to the late German fashion designer’s work. Many celebrities have stuck to the topic in order to memorialize him.

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.