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Kardashians Cut Line at Disneyland, Ride Teacups Alone in New Spinoff of Celebrity Privilege

Celebrities. Ugh. Are we right? It’s not enough that they’re rich, famous, and beautiful or that they have multiple mansions, luxury cars, and private jets. On top of all that, they have to Bogart our amusement park fun, too? That would seem to be the case in a recent uproar over the Kardashians, who swooped into Disneyland and got extra special treatment while the hoi polloi looked on.

This all went down earlier this week after Kim Kardashian and her sister Kourtney filmed their outing to The Happiest Place on Earth to celebrate the fourth birthday of Khloé’s daughter True. Kim’s youngest daughter Chicago, and their brother Rob Kardashian’s daughter, Dream, were among the other revelers at the amusement park.

In videos shared on the sisters’ social media platforms, the family seems to be having loads of fun.

That enjoyment, however, soon came at the expense of the other patrons. A TikToker revealed that not only did the Kardashians get to skip the line at the Mad Tea Party ride, they also got to have the teacups all to themselves, leaving the regular people to stand in line an extra long time, watching the most famous family in America put a new spin on celebrity privilege.

@shesbrewing Thanks a lot @Kim Kardashian #disneyland #madteaparty #kardashians #kimandkourtney ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey

“When the Kardashians cut the line, get the ride to themselves and make us common folk wait and watch them…typical,” TikToker Rachael Kevin wrote on her video.

Fellow park-goers agreed with her. You can even hear someone say, “That’s ridiculous” in the video as they watch the scene unfold.

Though Kevin said it “It seemed like forever,” the wait for her family to get on the ride was about 30 minutes.

As internet sleuths reviewed the sisters’ footage of other rides at the park, however, they noticed other empty rides, suggesting that the closest thing we have to a royal family in the States rode most (if not all) of the rides by themselves, just like the teacups.

Alas. If only we could wave a magic wand and make the whole Kardashian clan go away. Make that wish come true, Disney.

Cover Photo: Twitter

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