Kendall Jenner Says She Was ‘Misquoted’ In Her Interview, But People Are Still Dragging Her To The Grave

This week, Kendall Jenner has been under fire after she was quoted saying something rude and wrong in an interview with Love Magazine. The model and reality TV star was talking about her own personal journey as a model, and in turn, dragged other models down to lift herself up.
In the interview, Jenner was quoted saying:

“Since the beginning we’ve been super selective about what shows I would do. I was never one of those girls who would do like 30 shows a season or whatever the fuck those girls do. More power to ‘em. But I had a million jobs, not only catwalks but everything else. The whole combination was very overwhelming and I started to freak out a little bit and needed to take a step back.”

Many models retaliated on social media, saying Jenner is “lazy,” and “privileged,” and that they were proud of their ability to walk in all of their shows. The industry, as many know, is highly selective when it comes to choosing models–but, being able to score shows at that high of a rate is a success, not a weakness.


Since the controversy erupted on social media, Jenner has decided to speak out on Twitter about the situation. She claims that the magazine “misrepresented her” and her words were “twisted.”

She also tried to add some kind words about her peers saying they all make the work look effortless and beautiful. Of course, she claimed she was inspired by them all.

And, like any Kardashian/Jenner, she tried to use the moment to spread “peace and kindness.”

But, people online were not impressed by her response to the controversy. In fact, a lot of people were dragging her twice as hard for her response.

Let’s face it, Kendall Jenner has had an upper hand in the industry because of who her family is. Kris Jenner has more connections than a switchboard and can open the door for any of her kids at any time. Therefore, people were rightfully angry to hear her comments.

People didn’t let her forget that she’s come from entitlement.

Some people also reminded her she’s been “tone deaf” in the past, as well.

And, others compared her to models who have had help but keep their heads down.

Others were straight up not buying it at all.