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Kylie Jenner hits back at prostitute insult

Published 11/10/2016

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner took down a Twitter user who compared her looks to a sex worker.

Kylie Jenner has hit back at a hater who labelled her a prostitute for posing in a black thong.

The reality star is no stranger to flashing the flesh and often posts selfies in barely-there outfits on social media. Just a couple of days ago she shared her latest racy picture, where she posed standing in front of a bathroom mirror wearing a thong pulled up above her hips and a cropped top, giving onlookers a glimpse of her toned figure.

One Twitter user appeared to take offence to Kylie’s snaps, venting: “@KylieJenner looks like a 14 year old prostitute”.

Quick-witted Kylie fired back with her own thoughts on the photo, telling @ovoGATOR: “Idk (I don’t know) I feel like I look like a 19 year old prostitute”.

This isn’t the first time the teenager, who is currently in a relationship with rapper Tyga, 26, has spoken out against the public criticising her. It was only in August (16) that she quashed rumours she had undergone breast enlargement surgery after showing off her chest in a series of Snapchat images. She insisted they were appeared bigger as it was “that time of the month” and joked that they would deflate soon.

And in May 2015 Kylie was forced to hit back at people insulting her figure over a photo she uploaded of herself being touched up by make-up artists behind the scenes of a photoshoot.

“Yes, I gained weight there I said it so u (sic) don't have too (sic),” she wrote, before quickly deleting the comment.

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