Kendall Jenner Really Hates The Paparazzi

Kendall Jenner and her sister Kylie want you to know they really hate the paparazzi. If you’re planning to photograph the duo when they’re out and about, then you might get an ear full of nasty words.

Since the pair are currently all over the place right now, they’ve suddenly become the target of shutterbugs looking to cash in on the sisters’ popularity.

During a chat with the folks at The Huffington Post, Kendall Jenner and her sister discussed how this situation is affecting their life on a daily basis.

“They’re hardcore stalking us right now, which is really annoying for us. We’re not like our sisters; we’ve always been kind of under the radar. For us, recently it’s just been kind of really, really, really crazy. They follow us everywhere we go,” Kendall explained to the site.

Since the girls are growing up and venturing into the world fashion and modeling, the paparazzi has taken an interest in their daily activities. Kylie Jenner’s reported romance with Jaden Smith has also thrust the pair into the spotlight. Not surprisingly, the sisters aren’t very happy about it.

“We would go to cheer at football games and there would be paparazzi on the other side of the fence taking pictures. It got to a point where it was just ridiculous. Thank God no one stalked us at school!” Kendall Jenner explained.

Just because the photographers can’t enter the school doesn’t mean they’re not hanging around the premises. However, the sisters explained that the paparazzi never bothered to stake out the school in hopes of snapping a million-dollar picture.

“They can stand outside of the [school] property and take pictures in! It’s not hard. I never got to that point, thank God; I would have had a fit if it did. I hate paparazzi,” she added.

Are you a fan of Kendall Jenner? Are you surprised that she and her sister are currently being stalked by the paparazzi on a regular basis?

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