The graphic didn't attach any handles to these tweets, so I tracked down the authors and noted how many replies/retweets/likes each tweet received. I also noted how many Twitter followers each author had. Like I said, this was back on March 14th, and the tweets in question have received some additional replies, retweets, and likes. However, these are the statistics from the day of the news report:
Tweet #1: "Seriously Kylie Jenner, choose better names for your products.
This was tweeted by @GirlAboutToon_ on March 21, 2017. When I checked, her tweet had 7 replies, 10 retweets, and 15 likes, and the account had 786 followers.
Tweet #2: "Disgusted"Seriously @KylieJenner, choose better names for your products. You have 12+ year old fans! "Barely Legal" "Virginity" 🙄— Girl About Toon (@GirlAboutToon_) March 21, 2017
I think this was tweeted on March 14, 2018, by @ElizabethLee. The woman was complaining about Kylie Jenner's brushes, and the final word of her tweet was: "Disgusted." When I checked, her tweet had 2 replies, 0 retweets, and 2 likes, and the account had 58 followers.
Tweet #3: "Kylie named a brush barely legal. I'm gagging."Kylies new blushes which are aimed to her tween/teen market, are called HOT AND BOTHERED- X RATED-VIRGINITY-BARELY LEGAL.— Elizabeth Yorkshire (@ElizabethThee) March 14, 2018
Wth is wrong with her? Seems she's getting desperate for att. & any way to get her name out there,even at the expense of her young fans is ok. Disgusted
This was tweeted at 10:44 PM on March 13, 2018, by @yeahkendrv. When I checked, her tweet had 0 replies, 0 retweets, and 0 likes, and the account had 101 followers.
The puzzling tweet is the one from 2017, since it suggest this "controversy" over Kylie's make-up line is a year old.Kylie named a blush barely legal I’m gagging— Kendra Lillpop (@yeahkendrv) March 14, 2018