Natalia Lusinski
August 27, 2016 11:20 am
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Based on what Kim Kardashian West posted on social media last night, her supermodel sister, Kendall Jenner, may be banned from Uber.

Kim shared the news with Snapchat, too, posting this picture of Kendall holding up her phone and showing the locked screen of her Uber app.

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Actually, it does not look like Kim is actually driving. Semantics, huh?

Of course, none of us can ask Uber, due to privacy issues.

But there’s lots of reasons passengers get banned according to Uber’s Community Guidelines, which state “While technology helps ensure the speed, dependability, and safety of our rides, people matter most to the Uber experience. And it’s a two-way street between our Driver Partners and Riders. We created these Uber Partner and Rider Standards so that everyone in the vehicle has a shared standard for respect, accountability, and common courtesy.”

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Uber also states that the company “maintains a zero-tolerance policy regarding all forms of discrimination, harassment or abuse.

“Violations of this Community Guidelines could result in loss of your Uber Account,”

Uber’s site says.

“Violations of this Community Guidelines could result in loss of your Uber Account,”

Hmmm, right?! So, what did Kendall do?!

We are not the only people who are wondering what happened.

Most people were curious as to why Kendall was banned:

Others weren’t feeling too bad for her:

And this one made us LOL.

This guy had a genius idea:

Kim, if you’re reading this, we’ll be ready at 9 p.m.

As for Kendall? At least there are other ride-sharing apps to use if her sister is busy.

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