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Kylie Jenner: Say what you want - I don't care

Published 28/10/2015

Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner

Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kylie Jenner is glad she can rely on her Twitter family for support.

Reality star Kylie Jenner doesn't care what people say about her anymore, as she's heard "everything that could possibly be said".

The 18-year-old TV personality-turned-style-icon has made headlines in the last year (15) due to her changing appearance - including lip fillers - and relationship with older rapper Tyga, 25. Earlier this week (beg26Oct15) she revealed she had been attacked while out with her assistant Victoria during a video on Snapchat, in which she appeared shaken up. It seems being on the receiving end of criticism has made Kylie's skin thicker though, as she now insists she won't let negativity get to her.

"12million I am so glad I'm back on Twitter & creating a cute Lil (sic) family here" she wrote on the social networking site, referring to her impressive amount of followers. "I think I've just heard everything that could possibly be said about me already that I just don't care anymore."

Fans jumped to her support, with one user commenting: "don't let the haters stop you from doing what you love to do! I pity haters they clearly have nothing better to do!" while another wrote: "You don't need the opinion of people who have no relevance to you. Just believe in your potential and know who you are."

The teenager showed off her confidence in a make-up-free photo posted on Instagram on Tuesday (27Oct15), showing off her clear complexion as she posed in front of a mirror. And her relationship with Tyga also appears to be going well, with the couple adopting a cute English bulldog recently. The pooch, thought to be worth around $50,000, was apparently a gift from businessman Jeremy Greene, CEO of PingTank, an app Kylie and Tyga helped launch.

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