Kylie Jenner Responds to Comments Calling Her Face ‘F-cked up’

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Though at times she may seem invincible against the incessant commentary about her life, her looks, and her famous family, Kylie Jenner isn’t actually immune to the hate.

She doesn’t acknowledge the vitriol she receives online from her personal social media accounts, but Jenner admitted on the most recent episode of Hulu’s The Kardashians that she does read the comments, and that they affect her deeply.

“It’s a miracle that I still have confidence, and I could still look in the mirror and think that I’m pretty,” she tells sister Kendall Jenner, per E!. She goes on to explain a lose-lose situation where she’s judged for getting enhancements, like her famous lip filler, and also judged for not getting them. After dissolving half of her filler last year, for example, she says she now receives comments saying she looks “old” without them.

“Before I even got lip filler, people talked about my looks,” she says. “It’s so hurtful.”

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She also addressed comments from followers who say that she “fucked up her face” with extensive plastic surgery. (Jenner has maintained that the only cosmetic procedures she’s had are lip filler and a boob job at age 19.) “Even if I did get so much surgery, I still don’t think it’s okay to talk about someone’s looks,” she adds. “Why do people think it’s okay to talk about me? I’ve never cried about this before, but I guess it does affect me.”

Kylie Jenner has previously addressed speculation that she was insecure about her looks. In an interview with HommeGirls published last year, she said, “Yeah, I love full lips and wanted full lips, but growing up I was always the most confident person in the room. I was the girl performing for everyone. I had my one lip insecurity thing, so I got lip filler, and it was the best thing I’ve ever done. I don’t regret it. But I always thought I was cute.”

In the same interview, she said, “I think a big misconception about me is that I’ve had so much surgery on my face and that I was some insecure person, and I really wasn’t.”


Originally Appeared on Glamour