I stayed in an expensive hotel and flew first class for the first time and I am so confused by how the rich live
- Kylee Fleek is confused about rich habits
- Ordered soup and was amazed by how it was served
A young makeup artist has admitted to being ‘confused’ by how ‘rich people live’.
Kylee Fleek is staying in a fancy hotel’ and wasn’t mentally prepared for some of the finishing touches seen at exclusive venues.
Taking to TikTok the 20-year-old from New Zealand showed off a plate of chopped tomato in what appears to be olive oil.
‘I literaly just ordered a bowl of tomato soup and I was like what the f**k is that,’ he said pointing to the dish.
‘But no I forget I am in a hotel where the rich live,’ he laughed.
Before reaching to a silver jug.
Kylee was confused after receiving this when he ordered tomato soup
‘The soup comes in this,’ he said in a posh voice, pouring it into the bowl.
He said the little extras also made him confused on his first first-class flight.
‘There was a little tray on the plane and I was like ‘what is this for’ and someone said ‘it is for the champagne’,’ he said.
Even the warm towels confused him.
‘Why would you need to wipe your face,’ he asked.
At the end of the video the young artist conceded he would learn to ‘get used to’ the way of the rich.
His video went viral with most people admitting being rich is all about the extras.
‘More is more and we will have a bit of extra with it thanks,’ one man said.
One woman compared the super wealthy to spoiled children.
He said he was shocked to find the soup in this jug
‘Rich people have to constantly be treated like they’re at a child’s birthday party,’ she laughed.
‘If there isn’t a gift bag I am not going,’ added another.
Other people complimented the star’s ‘rich voice’.
‘This has me howling,’ one woman laughed.
Others warned him not to take all the advice he was given.
‘The hot towels are for your hands, not your face, I think they were trying to get you.’
‘I have seen the super rich use the towels on their armpits – I think anything goes,’ said another.
Some were more concerned with the soup.
‘Oh no, I would have called the kitchen and told them they ad forgotten my soup,’ one woman said.
‘The jugs are great because it stops soup from spilling and keeps it hot,’ said another.
The video attracted over 2.5million likes.