AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner clapped back at a hater who trolled her over her lips. On Saturday, August 20, "The Kardashians" star made use of her TikTok account to share a video of her and her bestie Stassie Karanikolaou. One user, however, decided to ruin the fun by mocking her lips in a comment underneath the post.
In the TikTok video, the two ladies, who both rocked fitted black tops and oversized lips, posed with each other as Ciara's "Favorite" played in the background. Noticing the big lips, one person wrote in the comments section, "The lips, please." The commenter also added grimacing, sweating and skull emojis.
The Kylie Cosmetics founder caught wind of the comment and decided to hit back with a reply of her own. "It's the filter but go off," so the reality TV star wrote in response.
Kylie's reply didn't go unnoticed by her other followers, who gave mixed reactions to the retort. " 'It's the filter but go off' I'd cry myself to sleep after that," someone wrote. Another person, meanwhile, thought Kylie barely did anything to defend herself as the user commented, " 'It's the filter but go off' like they don't look the exact same without the filter too."
This wasn't the first time for Kylie to respond to criticism in the recent weeks. The former "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star previously slammed makeup artist Kevin James Bennett for accusing her of not wearing proper safety attire while in the Kylie Cosmetics lab and was "gaslighting fans" in the process.
"I know the Kardashian/Jenner stans are going to come for my throat because I'm calling out their cosmetic queen…but WTF @kyliejenner," the beauty guru wrote via Instagram on August 5. "I'm a cosmetic developer and work with cosmetic manufacturers (and their labs) as part of my job. … I've NEVER been allowed into the lab or onto the manufacturing floor without a hair net, shoe covers, mask…and disposable GLOVES."
In response to that, Kylie wrote, "Kevin - this picture is not taken in a manufacturing facility. I would never bypass sanitary protocols and neither would any other celeb or beauty brand owner. that's completely unacceptable i agree." The mom of two went on to add, "No one is putting customers at risk ! shame on you Kevin for spreading false information !!!!"