Kylie Jenner has denied claims that she’s ever had plastic surgery, calling rumors of going under the knife “false” and claiming that she’s always been confident in her appearance. In the new episode of “The Kardashians,” she called stories about her shifting appearance “misconceptions” and said she’s only ever had Botox. In fact, she takes offense to suggestions to the contrary since she feels she has more to offer the world.
“One of the biggest misconceptions about me is that I was this insecure child and I got so much surgery to change my whole face, which is false,” the 25-year-old said while chatting with sisters Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian about beauty standards. “I’ve only gotten fillers. I don’t want that to be part of my story.”
Jenner added that she was always “the most confident kid in the room,” insisting, “I always loved myself — I still love myself.”
At another point in the episode, she claimed that she doesn’t really edit her Instagram photos anymore and that everything she posts is the real deal. “I went through that stage … I feel like I’m in a better place. But other people can instill insecurities in you,” she said.
Kylie Jenner seems to be on a bit of an “I’m au natural” tour at the moment, especially since she recently told Homme Girls that the only part of herself she’s ever felt insecure about or felt the need to change was her lips, hence the lip fillers. However, she still insisted that’s all she’s ever done to change her face.
Look, I’m not the Kardashian/Jenner family plastic surgeon, who we all know is on speed dial and has likely made his entire living on them alone. I’m also not here to judge anyone who chooses to go under the knife to feel more confident — you do you, babe. However, I am going to call bullsh*t when I see it, and claiming that Kylie Jenner’s COMPLETELY DIFFERENT face is the result of some lip fillers and puberty rather than plastic surgery is absolutely ridiculous. How unintelligent does she think the public is?
I’m all for doing whatever you want in life, but at least own up to it. Stop trying to convince teen girls that what all the women in your family have done to their bodies and faces has happened naturally and is the result of good makeup.