Pity the Jenner sisters, people.
First, Kendall Jenner complained that her level of fame has somehow hurt her modeling career.
Now, Kylie Jenner is covering the latest issue of Girlfriend and also talking negatively about life in the spotlight.
"I hate to complain but there's no room for mistakes," Kylie tells the publication. "And if you make a mistake, everyone's hearing about it, it's on every blog. It sucks being judged by the world instead of just your close friends or family."
Need we point out the irony of whining about fame while appearing on the cover of a national magazine?
"I don't remember a time when there weren't cameras around, because we started this when I was nine, so I feel like I was born into it almost," the E! star added of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, which actually is a decent point.
Kylie was thrust into celebrity more than she sought it out.
Still, Rob Kardashian has proven one can easily get away from the paparazzi and the onslaught of attention if one really wants to.
Kylie hasn't exactly chosen that path as she's grown older.
"I used to definitely read all the stories about us, but now we just try to not read any of that stuff, it's just totally spun out of proportion,” Jenner said for how she deals with tabloid attention, concluding of her family:
"I have a great support group and there's always someone around."