Kylie Jenner has made a career off of her…parts. By which I mean to say that she gets scrutinized a lot for them, but they also kinda made her more than just the youngest of the Kardashian franchise. For better or worse, Kylie discusses how she’s perceived to the world at large in Wonderland Magazine. Though the whole interview hasn’t been released yet, here are some highlights:
On bullying:“Growing up, I’ve heard the worst things anyone could ever say about me and bullying was such a big part of my life, with the whole entire world judging me and stuff. So I started to look towards people with, like, I think, bigger more real issues than I have.”
People don’t know the real Kylie:“Nobody really knows who I am. People think that because we have a reality TV show that they know everything, but it’s like, I’m not filming right now,” she admitted. “That’s maybe 5 percent out of my day.”
On getting plastic surgery:“People think that I’ve had everything done. I thought it was going to chill down when I said: ‘OK, I admit it, I got my lips done, I never lied, I just wasn’t telling the whole truth’,” she explained to the mag.
“And then people took that and were like, ‘Oh well, if she got her lips done she probably got everything done’. People don’t realize I just turned 18, so there’s no way my mom [Kris Jenner] would ever let me undergo a nose job or a boob job.”
What do you think- is Kylie telling the whole truth about her augmentations/surgeries?
Photos: Wonderland Magazine