photo: Instagram/Kylie Jenner

Following an awful car accident that left celebrity hairstylist Samuel Rauda severely injured, a GoFundMe was created to help cover his medical fees. After his former client Kylie Jenner posted the link, many assumed that she was the one that created it. However, yesterday she took to social media to address the masses, and let everyone know that she's not selfish or greedy. 

It wasn't making sense to anyone that Jenner, a billionaire, wouldn't simply foot the bill herself. 

"Kylie jenner A BILLIONAIRE started a $60k Go Fund Me for her stylist and only donated $5k," was the general gist of what everyone believed to be going on. Statistics were presented about just how quickly Jenner generates $60K in income for herself, and questions arose about Jenner's actual level of greed.

The critiques continued for days. 

"Weird seeing some people defending billionaire Kylie Jenner, who makes $450,000 a day, creating a Go Fund Me asking her fans for $60,000 to help her pay for emergency surgery for her makeup artist when she can literally pay that for him in less than 10 seconds flat," someone tweeted. 

But after awhile, it seems as if Jenner had enough. 

In an Instagram press release, Jenner clarified why she gave the amount that she did. 

"Unfortunately we dont have a personal relationship anymore but i have worked with him a few years ago," she says. "His gofundme was set at 10k. They had already raised 6k so i put it in 5k to reach their original goal." 

Following Jenner's revelation, many feel like her giving of $5K was completely warranted, and the socialite may be able to put this behind her now for good.