As concern about the climate, or at least virtue signaling about the climate, ramps higher each day, so does private jet use. Especially among celebrities.
Funny how that happens, right?
And now thanks to the Twitter accounts over at @CelebJets and @ElonJet, we are well aware when people like Kylie Jenner, Taylor Swift or Elon Musk take flight in their private jets. Such was the topic of a new Wall Street Journal report out over the weekend that looked at the backlash to private jet use.
The Twitter accounts make the world privy to each flight, even ones like the 17 minute flight Jenner took in July, resulting in her being branded a "climate criminal". Jokes about Taylor Swift's jet usage resulted in memes of her using her jet to go to Starbucks and her refridgerator.
“Taylor’s jet is loaned out regularly to other individuals. To attribute most or all of these trips to her is blatantly incorrect," Taylor Swift's spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal.
The owner of the Twitter accounts, 20 year old Jack Sweeney, says he is hoping the data being public will force private fliers "to be more efficient".