Kylie Jenner is apparently pissed that all of the attention is on sister Kim Kardashian after her "traumatic robbery" (is that still what we're calling it?).
Girlfriend went and vented some pretty serious frustrations on her app earlier this afternoon.
The younger Jenner railed against weight gain, revealed all about her plastic surgery endeavors, and all around made an ass of herself in talking about sleeping with Scott Disick.
About her weight, Kylie said, "[I haven't had] ass implants."
"You know, I used to be 120 [pounds]. I was really skinny." Kylie, in case you didn't know, is 5'6", and the average weight for a person of her height is somewhere between 118 and 154 pounds. Just because, you know, facts.
"Now," she revealed, "I'm pushing, like, 136." Oh the horror.
It's totally cool, though, because Kylie said she likes "the chunkiness."
"I don't really think I have the fattest ass," she said, "but I know my angles."
So does everyone else, Kylie. Everybody else.
She also filmed a video where she revealed the truth behind sleeping with sister Kourtney's boyfriend, Scott Disick.
You know you're gonna watch this crap, right? Don't let us hold you up, go ahead - indulge your saucy, seedy side.
Y'all know Kylie does on the regular.
She also discussed her boobs, and how she considered getting implants.
"They're not big," she lied. "I've thought about [getting breast implants], but I'm like, 'Why ruin it?' "
"I have really good boobs naturally," she continued, "and they're a cute little size."
Don't worry, though, because you remember how she denied, denied, denied the lip filler rumors? She's about to do the same with boob job rumors.
"I'm not against it, but right now, it's a 'no' from me."
She also came clean about having structural surgery done to her face; namely her jaw and her nose.
"People started saying that [I got my jaw reconstructed and cheeks sculpted] when I was 16," she admonished.
"You think Kris Jenner, at 16 years old, would let me get cheek and jaw reconstructive surgery?" she asked.
In a word, yes.
She tripped up, however, and said that she always "used" to love her jaw, and that she was never self-conscious about it.
What's with the past-tense, girlie?
Last, she touched upon her nose.
"I didn't get a nose job," she claimed. "I've always had a cute nose."
"I've always really liked my nose."
Yeah, us too. Or whatever.