Kylie Jenner Accuses Fan Of 'Lying For Attention' After They Shared Experience With Her Online

Jordan Claes
Kylie Jenner dressed in a black evening dress.
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Once again Kylie Jenner is in the middle of a scandal.

You never know who you might run into in Los Angeles, California. With so many stars abound, the probability of running into an A-list celebrity is high.

Recently, while out fulfilling an Instacart order, TikTok user @thisisntpablo was called to Kylie Jenner's home. Pablo understandably couldn't wait to share the experience with his friends and followers. However, Kyle has since accused him of lying for attention.

There are perks that come from working a 9-5 in Los Angeles you won't find anywhere else.

The Hollywood sign as the sun is coming up.
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Not only is the weather and scenery gorgeous, but LA also happens to be the stomping ground for some of Hollywood's biggest and brightest stars.

Recently, a TikTok user who goes by the handle @thisisntpablo was putting in the hours fulfilling Instacart orders.

Pablo Tamayo taking a selfie.
instagram | @thisisntpablo

"I CANNOT MAKE THIS [expletive] UP," Pablo captioned his video (which currently sits at 2.4 million plays). "I just delivered to Kylie Jenner."

The video begins with Pablo sitting in his car, recounting the events that just transpired.

Pablo Tamayo in his car.
TikTok | @thisisntpablo

Pablo begins by explaining how after leaving his house, he received an Instacart order for $12 to be delivered all the way to West Hollywood.

"I'm driving to this person's house to go deliver it, and as I'm driving by, I see all this security and stuff," Pablo explained.

Pablo Tamayo in his car.
TikTok | @thisisntpablo

"I'm like, 'wait, this house looks so familiar.' Why? Because my best friend Jordie showed me this house and it's Kylie Jenner's house!"

Pablo was in a state of disbelief, so in order to be sure, he looked up Kylie's house online.

Kylie Jenner turning to the side and smiling.
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Sure enough, his initial suspicions were correct — he'd just been called to deliver $12 worth of pepperoni to arguably the biggest influencer on the planet.

"It's under the name of 'Ashton', so I'm guessing it's for her assistant or something," Pablo continued.

Pablo Tamayo in his car.
TikTok | @thisisntpablo

"But they said I can't leave it out, that I have to call and go to the gate — I'm so nervous, I'm shaking!"

At this point, Pablo gets out of his car and walks to the gate, where he is greeted by security.

Pablo Tamayo dropping off an Instacart order.
TikTok | @thisisntpablo

"I literally walk with him, the gate is closing behind me, I'm walking through this little pathway with a river beneath it, and then I just leave it at the front door," Pablo said hurriedly.

Pablo said he saw a swarm of assistants and maids but that he didn't lay eyes on Kylie or Stormi.

Kylie Jenner waking up Stormi in her crib.

However, Pablo swears that as he was turning to leave, he heard the distinct sound of a baby crying.

It didn't take long before Kylie caught wind of Pablo's video and the claims he was making in it.

Stormi and Kylie Jenner in front of a display of Kylie Cosmetics.
instagram | @kyliejenner

The self-made billionaire didn't take kindly to Pablo's video, nor did she appreciate him bringing her children into the fold.

"I did not order this myself," Kylie began to explain in her TikTok comments.

Kylie Jenner getting ready for Kourtney Kardashian's wedding.
instagram | @kyliejenner

"He WAS tipped through the app. Lied too about seeing through my windows and hearing my son cry," Kylie asserted, with her aggravation clearly showing.

Kylie also made sure to point out that no one is ever let in through her gate, and as far as the "river" comment — she had no idea what Pablo meant.

"The lying for attention rubs me the wrong way, sorry."