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Lately, life has been a roller coaster ride for the Kardashian-Jenner clan, to say the least, but that’s not stopping the trolls.

A Twitter rift began after a user tweeted at the family’s youngest member, Kylie Jenner, writing, “@KylieJenner looks like a 14-year-old prostitute.”

The 19-year-old Lip Kit entrepreneur responded, “Idk I feel like I look like a 19-year-old prostitute.”

Most of us were like…


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This isn’t the first time Jenner has addressed critics. Last year, she wrote about experiencing anxiety whenever someone says harsh things about her.


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“People are so quick to say horrible things about me everyday over and over and sometimes I can’t take it,” she wrote in an Instagram post last year. “Even I at times get affected by it, I breakdown, I hide, I cry.”

“It’s resulted in a lot of anxiety for me that I’ve never had to deal with before ever,” the teen continued. “My every move has been documented for the whole world and its been a nightmare trying to find myself through all of this. And I’ve absolutely lost apart of myself.”

#Repost @kyliejenner with @repostapp. ・・・ #Day4 – I'm getting a little more personal… When Lizzie Velasquez (@LittleLizzieV) was 17 years old, someone posted a video of her on YouTube calling her the world’s ugliest woman. “By the time I saw the video, it had 4 million views.” Now 26 years old, Lizzie’s condition was diagnosed last summer. Lizzie suffers from a rare congenital disease that less than 10 people in the world are known to have. The disease impedes her from accumulating body fat; she literally has zero percent body fat and has never weighed more than 64 pounds, however though it is not terminal. Throughout her entire life, this condition has resulted in a lot of #bullying. It is so unacceptable to treat people like this. People are so quick to say horrible things about me everyday over and over and sometimes I can't take it. Even I at times get affected by it, I breakdown, I hide, I cry. It's resulted in a lot of anxiety for me that I've never had to deal with before ever. My every move has been documented for the whole world and its been a nightmare trying to find myself through all of this. And I've absolutely lost apart of myself. Lizzie, you are so strong and I admire you so so much. Lizzie has taken that negative energy and has turned it around by traveling around the world doing motivational speeches. When I asked her what the key messages were of her speeches, she told me that “Most importantly I try to convey that all you need to have is a brave heart to accomplish whatever you want to achieve. Let the negative build you up instead of knocking you down. You are enough no matter what; you were put on this earth for a reason” Soon you’ll be able to see her story on the big screen in the documentary film @ABraveHeartFilm in theaters on September 25th. Check out Lizzie’s Instagram @LittleLizzieV – she’s taking a lifetime full of bullying to help teach the world #IAmMoreThan the names they call me. #ImWithLizzie and Lizzie taught me #IAmMoreThan who I think I am. For me, this is expected it comes with the territory. But Lizzie, you should of not had to go through that. Let's change this together. I love you Lizzie! I'll see you soon.

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Is the world not cutting the Kardashian-Jenner family enough slack?

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