Kylie Jenner Plastic Surgery Rumors go Rampant

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By Sonam Malik | April 12, 2014 1:25 AM EST

Kylie Jenner is the most recent member from the Kardashian clan to become a victim of plastic surgery rumors.

Kylie is said to have gone under knife for re-sculpting her nose and lips. But the rumors have apparently hurt the reality star and she took to Twitter to express her disappointment.

"These plastic surgery rumors hurt my feelings to be honest and are kinda insulting," she wrote, adding "Just in case anyone forgot... I'm 16."

Rumors regarding Kylie's plastic surgery procedures went rampant when she uploaded some selfies, looking a bit mature while sporting fuller lips, arched eyebrows and a sharper nose.

The Australian edition of OK! Magazine had alleged that the 16-year-old got a Botox done. Reportedly, the publication went further and suggested that they even got two plastic surgeons to the compare old and new photos of Kylie, reported Daily Mail.

Meanwhile, Kylie's friends took to Twitter, in her defense:

"@haileybaldwin: @KylieJenner they just don't wanna believe people can be naturally beautiful." I love you

"@jordynwoods: @KylieJenner puberty is a beautiful thing" I LOVE YOU  

The Kardashians are no strangers to plastic surgery procedures. Those who watch "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" would know that Kim Kardashian has admitted to Botox injections while Kourtney to getting breast implants.

Even momager Kris Jenner has not shied away from the media, regarding her cosmetic surgeries. She had confessed of having two breast augmentation procedures over the years and a facelift before Kim's second wedding to Kris Humphries in 2011, reported the website.

The Kardashians may have gone through various cosmetic alterations over the years but it does not necessarily mean that the younger generation, including Kendall Jenner and Kylie, will also follow the suit. Leave your comments below.

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