Kendall Jenner's birthday party staff at fancy hotel felt 'uncomfortable' as '100 celeb guests' refused to wear masks

KENDALL Jenner’s controversial birthday party that saw the star blow out candles in a waiter's face surrounded by over 100 unmasked guests made the hotel’s staff feel “uncomfortable.”

An insider exclusively revealed to The Sun that the Kardashians were well aware of the backlash they would receive but “did not care” and threw the “unsafe” bash anyway – though attendees were asked to take a coronavirus test prior to arrival. 

The supermodel’s 24th birthday party came under first after it was thrown on Halloween night for allegedly violating several of the Los Angeles CDC guidelines.

Immediately after videos from inside the large gathering – which had over 100 guests – hit the internet, the Kardashian-Jenner clan were once again the center of criticism. 

However, a source told The Sun that the family had prepared for a wave of heated reaction but chose to throw the soiree anyway at a luxury West Hollywood hotel. 

“They knew this party was going to be a bad look and they did not care. The family was openly talking about it before the party and debating how to best handle it. 

“They decided to just go through with it and have a good time,” the informant said. 

The insider continued: “The guests were told not to post anything to their social media to help minimize the backlash but of course it still got out. 

“Kris and the entire family were well aware of the LA CDC rules and chose not to follow them.”

The source – who was present at the bash – then claimed that those who worked the party did not feel safe or comfortable. 

“Because the party was on an outdoor deck, they felt they were doing their party in being safe.

“But there was no social distancing, no masks besides the staff and over 100 people. 

“The staff were under the impression it would be handled safely, no one felt comfortable,” the source claimed. 

Neither Kendall’s rep or the 1 West Hollywood Hotel were immediately available for comment.

Kendall tried to minimize the amount of people who knew about her party, as a bright orange sign sat on each table that read: “NO SOCIAL MEDIA! 

“Take all of the photos you want, but please do not post on social media of any kind.”

However, the night of her party, a video surfaced of Kendall blowing out her candles while rocking a Pamela Anderson outfit.

The covergirl channeled Pam Anderson back in 1996 as she rocked a leather corset with fishnets, gloves and a blonde wig.

Fans were horrified that she had no consideration for the waiter holding on to the cake as Covid cases continue to rise in the United States.

Many took to social media to express their disgust and slam the Kardashians who also received backlash after Kim's 40th birthday trip to a private island with over 30 friends and family members.

One fan wrote: "Ok Kendall Jenner blowing out candles as a masked waiter holds her cake and tries to move out of the way was actually the scariest thing I saw on Halloween.”

Another shared: "Blowing on a cake during a pandemic as the waiter holds it.

"How are they so clueless? That's not even the right word. But STILL.”

Also present at the party were couple Justin and Hailey Bieber, who dressed up as a pin-up nurse and a cowboy, Kylie Jenner, who shocked fans as she dressed up as a king cobra, The Weeknd, who wasThe Nutty Professor.

Jaden Smith made an appearance as he wore an all-black ensemble with an oxygen mask attached to his face.

Kim Kardashian wore a red head-to-toe leather outfit while Kanye covered up in a head-to-toe black costume.

Kourtney rocked a Hot Dog On A Stick worker costume while baby daddy Scott Disick was there as Ace Ventura.

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