Lately, Kendall Jenner has been taking to Instagram to show off her Kardashian-esque figure! Though the 21-year-old is thinner than her curvaceous sisters, fans can’t help but notice that the model’s hips and booty seem to be growing right before their eyes.
In the snap, Kendall is wearing lacy black underwear and a barely-there white shirt that exposes some underboob. Captioned “jet lag,” the raven-haired beauty’s face can’t be seen, but her enviable tummy and tiny waist are front and center! Needless to say, the mirror selfie got a major response from fans and followers.
“Her caption should be recovering from surgery,” one fan quipped, seemingly hinting at her shrinking waist and growing hips, while another added, “Stop it. Always posting racy pics I thought you were different from your sisters.” We’re sure these comments didn’t phase Kendall though, who has her fair share of haters.
Late last month, Kendall posed alongside younger sister Kylie Jenner, and commenters couldn’t help but point out just how much the two sisters look alike!
“Look like two plastics,” one follower commented on the twinning pic, while another added, “Perfect sisters.” Even amid the backlash and accusations, Kendall has denied all rumors that she’s gone under the knife to enhance her beauty. She even addressed the allegations on her app.
“It’s all so exhausting,” Kendall said. “As a model, why would I have my face reconstructed? It doesn’t even make sense. It’s crazy because sometimes I feel like people just want me to lose.”
Though the reality star is seasoned in dealing with haters, she also revealed that it’s upsetting for her to hear all of the negativity that she and her sisters get. People forget that she’s a real person at the end of the day.
“I found this Instagram page devoted to Kardashian bashing and it has a lot of followers,” she said. “It was upsetting me for me to look at because this person dedicated an entire page to just dissing the whole family and being like, ‘These people suck.’ People forget that they’re talking about real people who have real feelings and actually live their everyday lives (for the most part) just like everyone else.”