June 10, 2020

Kylie Jenner Celebrates Her BFF Stassie Karanikolaou's Birthday in a Sweet Post

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Young entrepreneur and TV Personality, kylie Jenner made Tuesday all about her BFF Stassie as she celebrates her 23rd birthday.

The Kylie Cosmetics boss on Tuesday, took to Instagram to share a series of photos of herself and her best friend, Anastasia Karanikolaou, who just turned 23.

Kylie Jenner at the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer show on June 21, 2018 in Paris, France | Photo: Getty Images


The pictures, which included several throwbacks, featured the duo wearing matching outfits in some. The snaps came alongside an emotional caption where Kylie poured her heart out to her friend.

47% of Kylie Cosmetics’ employees are BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) and 13% are Black.



Some of the words she used in describing the newly 23-year-old include “rarest of all time,” “a gift,” and, of course, “best aunty.”  The mother of one also thanked God for their life together and even more adorably added,

“I wouldn’t be able to do it without you,” including a promise to always be supportive. 

E! News reports that the celebrant on her part updated her Instagram with a picture of the duo and a few friends in coordinating red “Stassi turns 23” customized sweatshirts. The outlet adds that the photo was from the previous night when they gathered to celebrate Stassie.




In commemoration of their friendship, the publication created a gallery of them dressed alike, on family vacations together and also making TikToks with each other.

As Karanikolaou continues to receive attention for her birthday, she has decided to use the opportunity to encourage her fans to vote in the coming America elections. According to The Blast, alongside sultry snaps, she wrote,

“23 years around the sun ? my birthday wish is for you to please please go out and vote today!!!”


As Black Lives Matter protests continue to fuel conversations and concerns about the treatment of People of Color in America, Sharon Chuter, the founder of UOMA Beauty, launched the Pull Up for Change initiative.

Daily Mail shares that the campaign aims to find out the extent of cultural diversity in organizations. The revelation that 47% of Kylie Cosmetics’ employees are BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) and 13% are Black was not taken well by many people.


In response to public opinions, the brand, according to Daily Mail, stated that more actions would be taken to increase diversity and employing more African-Americans in the future.