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Not Keeping Up! Kylie Jenner ‘Refused’ To Join Sisters For People’s Choice

Nov. 12 2018, Updated 6:44 p.m. ET

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Kylie Jenner “refused” to join her famous family last night at the 2018 People’s Choice Awards, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

As Kim Kardashian, 38, Khloe, 34, Kourtney, 39, Kendall Jenner, 22, and momager Kris, 63, took the stage to accept the award for this year’s best reality series, the 21-year-old makeup mogul was spotted in Miami, where her rapper baby-daddy Travis Scott was performing.

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However, according to a source close to Kylie, Travis’ show had nothing to do with her decision to not attend People’s Choice!

“Kylie is sick and tired of all her family’s drama lately and she really believes that they are all just super jealous of her because has more money than all of them,” a source close to the billionaire said.

While accepting the award last night, Kim told the audience that her family “sends prayers” to those affected by the horrific fires raging in California and offered to help “however they can!"

Almost immediately, the internet exploded on Kim, who was also forced to evacuate her home in Calabasas.

Among the online accusations were that Kim was reading a teleprompter instead of speaking from the heart.

“Kylie is glad that she didn’t have to deal with any of Kim’s bulls**t last night,” the insider told Radar. “Her sister is not heartbroken and the only thing that she really cares about is that her jewelry does not get burned by the fires.”

The insider added, “She is glad that she chose not to be there because they were an embarrassment on stage."

Do you think that Kim Kardashian was speaking from the heart at the People’s Choice Awards? Sound off in the comments.

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