Kylie Jenner just can’t seem to escape getting labeled as a drama queen. Whether it’s creating her very own music video for her Lip Kits, dealing with a volatile mix of the paparazzi and fans, or rumors swirling that Kylie is pregnant, Jenner always appears to have enough drama to create her own reality show.
And now, in a just released picture of the Paper magazine cover, Kylie is going pink, noted Us Weekly.
Jenner was thrilled with the results, quickly noting that they edited the picture to avoid any comments about trying to hide the changes.
And while that is making Kylie happy, she’s dealing with problems when it comes to her treatment of fans. Momager Kris Jenner is taking charge, a source told Hollywood Life.
But after Kylie heeded her momager and gave into the fans’ requests for a selfie, the groupies’ grandfather got into a clash with paparazzi. Watch below to see what happened.
Despite that very awkward situation, Kris is firm when it comes to how Jenner treats her fans, revealed the source.
“Kris has told Kylie countless times she has to respect her fans. After all, they were the ones that put her on the map and if they ask her for a photo she should oblige. It backfired with the paparazzi brawl… but that won’t stop Kylie from giving something back to her fans, on mommy’s orders.”
In addition, Kylie is dealing with a snark attack from Courtney Stodden, who proclaimed herself to be “Courtney Cardashian” in a satire of Jenner and her lip kit kingdom, noted In Touch.
Although Stodden deleted the original video, the details went viral.
“Get my new lip kit,” Courtney proclaimed. “I’m Courtney Cardashian with a C.”
Ouch. But after deleting the video, Stodden tried to compensate for throwing shade at Kylie.
“I am not starting a shade war with Kylie Jenner,” insisted Courtney in a message to her fans. “I love Kylie Jenner. I just do. I love her!”
While fans ponder about who they believe, Kylie also is dealing with all kinds of drama regarding her decision to create a music video specifically to hype her Lip Kit. The video, shown below, portrays Jenner in what she wanted to be a Charlie’s Angels sort of sequence, noted Bustle.
Kylie also credited the director, Colin Tilley, for taking her concept and making it into a head-turning sensation.
“I came to Colin with this idea, and I just wanted to fully be Charlie’s Angels bada**,” revealed Jenner. “I just wanted to do something big and over the top so that people know that I’m serious about my cosmetics line and that I have big stuff coming all of the time.”
But as seems inevitable in the world of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, some negative backlash has occurred when it comes to Kylie’s video, reported the Mirror.
Those who hated the video focused on the gun violence shown in Jenner’s mini-movie, which they contended made the use of guns and violence appear glamorous.
“Odd choice for a family who are in favour of gun control and who have lost friends to violence?” wrote one person who objected.
“s/o @KylieJenner for being the absolute worst role model by capitalizing on violence, racism and crime to sell lip gloss,” slammed another.
At 18, Kylie supposedly is looking forward to having her first child with Tyga, who is 26 and has a 3-year-old son from his relationship with Blac Chyna.
“All [Kylie] can talk about is baby names, whether she’ll have a boy or a girl, how she’s going to decorate the nursery and the child’s wardrobe,” said the source.
The insider also revealed how her family reacted. While Jenner’s sisters are labeling it a major mistake, momager Kris is not shocked. However, Jenner is “not exactly thrilled,” according to the source.
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