“It’s the filter, but go off.” Kylie Jenner once again came under fire for her lips in what appears to be a true throwback to legit 2015.
The Kardashians star posted a video on TikTok with longtime friend Stassie Karanikolaou this week (whose “Expensive Taste Test” I have definitely memorized at this point, lol) that had many fans talking about the looks of her plumed lips.
Kylie Jenner on Tik-Tok
Clearly, Kylie Jenner look into her comments section because she decided to Reply one of the top responses “the lips please” with just a simple reply , “It’s the filter, but go off.” Kylie’s followers didn’t go unnoticed by the retort, who supported the entrepreneur’s comeback.
‘It’s the filter, but go off. I would cry for myself to sleep after that,” said one follower. “Dam, just imagine getting called out this by Kylie Jenner ” shared by another follower. After many speculation over the large appearance of her lips back in 2015, Kylie Jenner unveils about getting lip fillers in one episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
“I have temporary lip fillers. It is an insecurity of mine,” Kylie said “And it’s what I wanted to do. Everyone always picks us apart. I want to admit to the lips, but people are quick in judging me on every aspect, but I didn’t lie.” Ah, simpler times! A few weeks ago, Kylie Jenner came under fire for another reason.
Namely, she reported a 17-minute private jet flight, which definitely isn’t at the top of the list of Greta Thunberg-approved activities, but as Per @CelebJets, a Twitter account that tracks celebrity planes using available flight patterns, Kylie flew from Camarillo to Van Nuys, California, in mid-July…the flight was initially just about 3 minutes long .
(A news Platform Named Page Six later reported that @CelebJets later clarified that it was more like 17 minutes.)
“Eighty per-cent of of the world population never travel by a plane. Kylie Jenner is taking regular 10-minute flights, five flights in the last week , which were under 30 minutes, and 1 was Three minutes long.
Her carbon footprint for one 10-minute flight is far greater than some people make in a year,” said one Twitter user.