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Kim Kardashian defends Kylie Jenner’s plastic surgery

Photo credit: Access Hollywood

Photo credit: “Access Hollywood”

For several months now, reality star Kylie Jenner has been a hot topic. Has she gone under the knife? Is she dating a 25-year-old rapper? Is her life spiraling out of control? All questions she has struggled to answer. It was only recently, however, after the 17-year-old socialite decided to come clean about her lip fillers, that her friends and family have come to her defense. Ensuring fans that all is well, and Jenner knows her limits.

During a recent chat with “Access Hollywood,” Jenner’s big sis, Kim Kardashian, set the record straight on whether her teen sister is a high school dropout, if she plans on getting more plastic surgery and much more.

“She’s always with her friends and having fun and people would question, ‘Are you going to school?’ She goes to school. She’s home-schooled. She has a year left. She goes to school every single day,” Kim explained. “So perception can be reality and people assume maybe she’s not in school because she’s not posting about being in school all the time.”

As for Jenner’s insecurity, Kardashian says “I saw how for so many years she was so insecure about it. I mean, at 10 years old, she would say to me, ‘How come my lips aren’t big like you guys’?’ And I would see this insecurity. … For me, I gave her advice and I still stand by that advice. I think it changed her confidence so much.”

As for whether or not Kylie is going to get any more work done, Kardashian says, “I think there are limits and there are boundaries, for sure. I think that you have to know the difference. She did something that made her feel better about herself and that’s kind of where you have to draw the line, and she knows that.”

Kardashian adds, “She doesn’t have a desire to do anything else. I’m totally OK with that because I know that’s where it stops for her.”

At the end of the day, the 34-year-old brunette beauty defends her younger sisters’ “reality” She said, “They know when things are normal. They know that all their friends aren’t going on private jets. They know that they are growing up with a life of privilege, but they are super grounded and responsible.”



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