Kylie Jenner showed her intolerance for body-shaming when she clapped back at a troll that commented on her post-baby body.
Kylie Jenner had a social media moment when she showed her intolerance for body-shaming during a recent showdown with an internet troll.
In 2019, Kylie was once again featured on Forbes as part of its annual ranking of the planet's wealthiest people.
The unimpressed Kylie was quick to respond, "i birthed a baby" to the attack which thousands of her fans also frowned at. The image which began the drama was taken during a Sugar Factory store opening and showed a much slimmer version of the star.
It would be recalled that several months after that image was captured, Kylie welcomed her first child, Stormi, with her alleged ex-boyfriend, Travis Scott.
Soon after the little tot's birth, the business mogul and reality TV star admitted that she had struggles when it came to how delivery changed her body.
Through a video she shared through her Youtube channel, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star stated that the new look in some parts of her body bothered her.
Kylie added that the change in her body caused her to try new things with her style as her old clothes didn't fit her post-baby body.
Daily Mail continued that the 20-year-old insisted that although people thought that she "bounced back super fast," she believed that people sometimes made the wrong assumptions based on Instagram posts.
Kylie, just like the other members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan, began appearing in news headlines after her the leak of her sister, Kim Kardashian-West's sex tape. Soon after that incident, the family launched their reality TV show which became a success.
Not one to waste the platform KUWTK afforded her, Kylie branched out into some businesses and launched some new projects including Kylie Cosmetics.
The cosmetics brand became so widely accepted and prosperous that by the summer of 2018, she was featured on the cover of Forbes for its annual "richest self-made women" list.
With a net worth of up to $1 billion, the then-21-year-old not only became the youngest member of the billionaires' club, but she was also named the youngest-ever self-made billionaire.