"Please pay the $250 fine if you don't mind," one critic asks the 21-year-old makeup mogul.
UPDATED at 10:28 a.m. on 7/23/19:
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott's Instagram photo -- that many people believe shows they parked their car in an accessible parking spot -- has caught the attention of a leading disability organization, The Ruderman Family Foundation.
"Accessible parking is meant for people with disabilities who need it," the foundation's president, Jay Ruderman, told PEOPLE. "As a role model to many, this is an opportunity for Kylie Jenner to use her celebrity status to help society understand why accessible parking is a basic right for people with disabilities to be included in daily life."
ORIGINAL STORY at 2:57 p.m. on 7/22/19:
Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are getting dragged for seemingly parking their car in an accessible parking spot, a wider-than-average space reserved for people with government-acknowledged disabilities.
The 21-year-old makeup mogul likely had no idea her comments section would be flooded with ridicule after she shared an adorable photo with her baby daddy's arms wrapped around her. The two are seen standing in what looks to be a parking garage with the door of one of their very nice cars wide open.
"Partners in crime 4 evaaa," Kylie ironically captioned the shot, which clearly shows a "reserved parking" sign on the wall behind them, in front of where the car is parked. While the sign is not seen in full, it does seemingly state that violators could be fined a maximum of $250.
"Sooo, which one of y'all are handicap?" one critic wrote, while another added, "Parking in handicap spots. Real classy. Not surprising given who raised you."
"I believe you. It's a crime to park in the handicap parking spot. I sure hope you are bragging because you're parked there. Karma has a way of making things equal. I would not tempt fate," a third dissenter remarked, while a fourth urged Kylie to "please pay the $250 fine if you don't mind."
Many, many comments echoed the sentiments above.
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Interestingly enough, Kylie's not the first Jenner to be accused of parking in an accessible spot.
Last year, Kendall received backlash after her $250,000 Ferrari was photographed parked in a disabled spot outside a Bel-Air restaurant, but a rep for the model insisted the model did nothing wrong, saying, "The valet parked Kendall's car in the handicap spot. Kendall ran and jumped in the car when she saw the paparazzi instead of waiting for valet to bring her car to her."