It's a well known fact that the Kardashian-Jenners have an army of assistants to help them with day-to-day tasks, from laying out clothing options to scheduling and organising their diaries, and these assistants often become a very integral part of the KJ family. But Kylie's assistant, Victoria Villarroel has apparently decided to quit her job working for the billionaire to pursue a career as an influencer.
27 year-old Victoria has worked for Kylie since 2015, after meeting Kylie through working at momager Kris Jenner's company, Jenner Communications. Five years on she has decided to become an influencer "in her own right", a source told Us Weekly. "Kylie and Victoria are still friends and close. Kylie doesn’t have any bad feelings about Victoria going off to do her own thing and is supportive," the source detailed.
Interestingly, though, since the report broke on the 15th January [today is the 17th], Victoria has taken to Instagram to shut it down - insisting she actually stopped working for Kylie over a year ago. She didn't comment on whether it was to become an influencer, though, instead writing:
"You guys! lol don't believe everything you read please! this story is false. I worked with Kylie for 5 years and she became one of my closest friends. We both decided it was time to grow without each other professionally about a year ago! she’s still one of my best friends and our relationship has only gotten stronger. now let’s focus our time and energy on other things! a lot of happening in the world right now."
Kylie shared the Instagram Story and added, "I love u bitch @victoriavillarroel". Victoria also posted a picture of them together on a night out just one day ago.
Judging on her 909k strong Instagram and general Jenner-esque aesthetic, Victoria is definitely on the right track. She has, after all, learned from the best, and has probably been inadvertently on your influencer radar for years. Here she is cropping up in Kylie's social media friendly Christmas celebrations:
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