Kylie Jenner claps back after her getting mocked over her daughter's 'perfect lips'

Jul 12, 2018
12:56 P.M.
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The reality television star has been gushing about her baby daughter since the day she was born, and hit back at people who mocked her for loving the little girl's lips. 

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When Kylie Jenner made a flippant comment about how baby Stormi Webster didn't inherit her lips, the internet stormed in to laugh at her over the amount of cosmetic procedures she has undergone in her short life. 

Jenner was speaking in a YouTube Q&A with her friend Jordyn Woods, when she revealed that her baby girl shares a key feature with her father, Travis Scott, and that's his puffy full lips. 

"She has the most perfect lips in the whole entire world. She didn't get those from me – Thank her dad for those!" the 20-year-old joked. 

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Netizens took to Twitter, commenting on the irony of Jenner's excitment over her daughter's full lips, as Jenner has even admitted to getting lip fillers in May 2015 after harboring an insecurity about her naturally small lips.

"That's bc everything on her is fake, so yeah the kid definitely didn't get them from her," wrote Adam Rosenberger. Monica added: "Remember when you tried to play everyone and tell them you didn't get any work done on your lips?" 

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Plenty of people commented in support of Jenner, telling her that they felt her baby girl was beautiful, regardless of what anyone else thought. 

Jenner herself also quickly hit back with her own response to the hate, pointing out that it's not exactly uncommon for a mother to think her child is perfect. 

Jenner recently had her lip fillers removed, but the makeup mogul has other tips and tricks for getting the full look she loves, without needing any enhacement. 

She recently posted a snapchat story in which she demonstrated to her fans how to achieve the look, using just a terracotta lip liner and filling them in with a lighter warm rose lipstick. 

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