Keke Palmer claims Kylie Jenner’s major physical transformation is a result of societal pressure, according to the Daily Mail. Palmer said the public is being hypocritical in criticizing Kylie for creating a new image of herself — an image she created to be more appealing to the public.
“… For years the whole world damn near agreed that she was ugly. A CHILD, that girl was a child and she was bullied and named ugly and not as a character but as HERSELF… And unlike some that experience such ridicule she had the $$$ to change, she ‘fixed’ what the world said was broken and it worked!”
Keke said the popularity of reality television has tricked people into thinking certain behaviors and situations taking place are real when in reality everything is completely fake and manipulated.
“False things appearing real” that’s the ART of it, how real they can make us THINK it is… We have settled for knock off truth in our actual reality because it’s socially acceptable to lie for likes.”
|Kylie Jenner in 2012. [Image by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images]|
“If only we could accept one another instead of bullying each other into change.”
Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon Dr. Simon Ourian, founder of the Epione Clinic, is highly favored by the Kardashian and Jenner family. During an interview with big sis Khloe Kardashian, Ourian praised Kylie for being “wise” about what she chooses to have done.
“She has been going through an amazing metamorphosis over the past couple of years.”
Despite the rumors, Kylie has repeatedly denied having a nose job, breast implants, and butt implants. However, Kylie has confessed to getting lip fillers at 17-years-old. In 2013, Jenner addressed the rumors surrounding getting plastic surgery done on her nose to In Style.
“I didn’t get a nose job … I’ve always had a cute nose. I’ve always really liked my nose.”
Jenner also denied having jaw surgery. Kylie explained her chin and jaw appear different because her lips are bigger.
“People started saying that rumor when I was like 16 …?… You think Kris Jenner would really, at 16 years old, would let me get cheek and jaw reconstructive surgery? Nah. I always used to love my jaw–I never was self-conscious about my jaw.”
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