Everyone can now rest easy -- Kendall Jenner is not banned from Uber after all!
"She has not been banned," an Uber source confirmed to ET on Saturday. "It was a minor account issue that is being resolved. While it is being resolved her account was put on hold. Uber support has reached out."
Rumors started swirling that the 20-year-old reality star was banned from the car service app after her sister, Kim Kardashian West, tweeted, "Ugh I have to drive @KendallJenner around tonight bc she's banned from Uber!"
"Why @Uber?!?!" the "Selfish" author continued. "She's a "model" passenger!!!!!"
In typical fashion, Kim also took to Snapchat to discuss her concerns. "Ok Uber, we want to know," Kim said in the video, as Kendall chimed in asking, "Why did you ban me?"
"Yeah, she's suspended," Kim, who was sporting a long blond wig, added. "This is not fair. So we just want to know, why was Kendall suspended, because she's literally like a model passenger."
"I'm the best client," Kendall claimed, laughing. "I don't understand."
The two were on their way to a "secret art gallery location," where they got to view Kanye West's "Famous" exhibition.
The display featured the lifelike copies of Kim, Kanye, Taylor Swift, Ray J, Amber Rose, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Caitlyn Jenner, Chris Brown, Rihanna, George W. Bush and Bill Cosby that made their debut in Kim's husband's controversial music video in June.
Kanye was unable to be there in person (he's currently on the road for his "Saint Pablo Tour" which continues in Buffalo, New York, on Saturday), but he did Skype in, as an adorable video from Kim's Snapchat revealed.