The 19-year-old denies having had a boob or bum job in a new video on her app...
When Kylie Jenner first got lip fillers, she felt too scared of being a bad role model to tell the world.
But nine months later, and she’s not afraid to talk about it. In fact she’s happy to address any speculation about her gorgeous body, too – which is exactly what she did in a brand new video on her app.
There’s no denying that the 19-year-old’s curves have totally popped over the last few years. But Kylie has a way to explain them – and no, it definitely does NOT involve surgery.
‘I don’t really think I have the fattest ass, but I know my angles’, Kylie said in a new video to explain why her derriere has been looking so bootylicious in her recent bikini snaps.
‘[I haven’t had] ass implants’, she added, just to be clear.
Kylie also stated that it was actually weight gain, as well as growing up and into her figure, that’s caused her body to change so drastically.
‘You know, I used to be 120 [lbs.]’, she said. I was really skinny. Now I’m pushing like 136. But it’s alright, I like the chunkiness.’
Jeez. If that’s what Kylie calls chunky, we would be HONOURED to have a little chunkiness in our lives.
But it’s not that the teenager’s never considered surgery… About that, Kylie’s honest.
Read; Kylie Jenner Takes To Twitter To Address *Those* Boob Job Claims…
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‘I’ve thought about [getting breast implants], but I’m like, why ruin it?’ she confessed. ‘I have really good boobs naturally and they’re a cute little size. I’m not against it, but right now, it’s a no from me.’
KJ also took the opportunity to set the record straight about her face, too. Because although she’s admitted to having her pout plumped, she insists that she drew the line at her lips.
‘People started saying that [when] I was like 16’, she said, about speculation she’s had further work done on her face.
‘You think Kris Jenner, 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. I didn’t get a nose job. I’ve always had a cute nose. I’ve really always liked my nose.’
So there you have it.