Kylie Jenner Blasts Instacart Man Over TikTok Claims: 'Lying for Attention'

Kylie Jenner is accusing an Instacart worker of "lying" after delivering food to her home.

Pablo Tamayo, who has more than 400,000 followers on TikTok, took to the platform to boast about his experience. The 20-year-old claimed he picked up a $12 pack of pepperoni for the Kardashians star, 24, from the high-end grocery store Erewhon [Market] in West Hollywood and drove it to her mansion in Holmby Hills.

"I'm driving to this person's house to go deliver it, and as I'm driving by, I see all the security and stuff. And I'm like wait, this house looks so familiar. Why? Because my best friend Jordy showed me this house, and it's Kylie Jenner's house!"

Kylie Jenner Accuses Instacart Employee of "Lying"
Kylie Jenner has accused an Instacart employee of "lying" after he delivered food to her home in Hollywood. TikToker Pablo Tamayo claimed he heard her son crying. Taylor Hill/FilmMagic/Getty Images

He said that the order was under the name Ashton and cheekily added: "This b---h could have paid me more."

Tamayo admitted that he was "shaking" before walking up to the gate. "I swear I'm gonna see Stormi outside and she's gonna be like, 'Who are you? You look poor.' I don't know, I'm nervous!"

The video showed Tamayo walking up to the residence. "You guys, I'm freaking out right now. Oh my gosh. I don't know how I'm supposed to get in," he told his followers, before asking a security guard: "Hi, I have an order for Ashton. Is this Kylie Jenner's house?"

@thisisntpablo

I CANNOT MAKE THIS SHIT UP i just delivered to Kylie Jenner😭😭

♬ original sound - Pablo Tamayo

The clip cuts to a Hollywood tour bus before an answer could be heard, though Tamayo claimed the security guard said to follow him.

"I'm walking through this little pathway with, like, a river beneath it. And then I just leave it at the front door and I get to look into the whole house and I see all these assistants, all these maids and s--t," Tamayo said.

He said that he "didn't see Kylie" and "didn't see Stormi," but, "I swear I heard a baby scream."

Despite the popular user writing he "cannot make this s--t up," the Kylie Cosmetics founder fired back at his claims.

"No one comes through the gate! The river?? No river. The lying for attention rubs me the wrong way sorry," the mom of two, who shares daughter Stormi and a son with boyfriend Travis Scott, commented under the clip.

"I did not order this myself! He WAS tipped through the app. Lied too about seeing through my windows and hearing my son cry??"

Kylie posted a video on her own TikTok making a salami and pepperoni sandwich, which featured Travis in the background. In the comments, the reality star alluded to the drama, writing: "If you don't know what I'm talking about, just move on."

In a follow-up TikTok, Tamayo reposted her sandwich-making clip with a comment seemingly from one of his followers. "GIRL THE PEPPORINI [SIC] THAT YOU DELIVERED IS ON HER STORY."

The video has been viewed more than 5.7 million times.