Kendall Jenner is reportedly still being bullied by other models after harsh comments about a backstage image of her appeared on Instagram.
Kendall Jenner is reportedly still being bullied by other models.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star has been a key focus of New York Fashion Week but is still facing criticism from her peers as it's emerged fellow model Lexi Boling and Teen Vogue cover star Binx Walton wrote harsh comments about a backstage image of her posted on Vogue Germany's Instagram account.
Lexi tagged her pal Binx in her comment, ''@binxwalton she's never looked better'', including a crying with laughter emoticon to which Binx replied, ''that's f**ked up'', with the same animated laughing face.
Kendall, 19, previously spoke out to deny allegations made last year that she was being bullied by her colleagues but it appears some are still unhappy with her up-and-coming status in the fashion industry.
A source told HollywoodLife.com: ''Kendall is constantly being bullied by other models. They feel like she walks around - acting entitled - like she's better than everyone else. She hasn't had to earn her career like everyone else - it was handed to her because of her family connection.
''They also don't think she has the looks to be such a big model. She's easily the most disliked model on all the catwalks.''
The source added: ''Many of the other models can't stand Kendall and her clique, which includes Cara Delevingne and Gigi Hadid, but they bully Kendall the most. The other models like to pull cruel pranks on her too, like hiding her favourite hairspray and makeup. They also like to lead her on a wild goose chase by telling her someone was looking for her in dressing room just before she's supposed to take to the stage.''
Meanwhile, Lexi has since apologised for insulting Kendall on Instagram.
A representative for the beauty told E! News: ''I wasn't thinking and made a silly comment. Kendall's had a killer NYFW. A big congrats to her!''
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