KUWTK Kylie Jenner Latest Lip Injection, Weeks After she Slammed the Same Rumour

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By Riza Ornos | April 22, 2014 8:13 AM EST

The youngest of Kardashian's Kylie Jenner is currently facing another lip injection rumour after weeks of slamming the rumour about the alleged plastic surgery. The reality star decided to take to Twitter on April 10, Wednesday, and address her haters by keeping the record straight about getting a nose job.

The 16-year-old star wrote: "these plastic surgery rumors hurt my feelings to be honest and are kinda insulting. Just in case anyone forgot... I'm 16." The latest Kylie Jenner rumour erupted online when she uploaded an image of her on Instagram and it seems that her lips are fuller than usual.

But according to Radar Online's source Dr. Diamond, a Beverly Hills board certified plastic surgeon, Kylie Jenner injected something on her lips. "It appears she has had hyaluronic acid injected into her lips. This is administered via fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane," says Dr. Diamond.

The plastic surgeon has not actually worked with Jenner and the alleged injection could be describe as cheap as $700 for a single session and should be repeated after six months to retain its shape.

Back in March, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star sparked plastic surgery rumours when her nose appeared to be thinner than usual in photos when she posted an image on Instagram. But her nose job rumour does not end there, reports also claimed that she had gotten botox injections despite her young age.

Fans of the controversial family recently noted that Kylie is getting more fit and her lips is quite distinguishable than before. The aspiring model is not the only Kardashian who is rumoured to have a cosmetic surgery, her very own father, Bruce Jenner, is rumoured to have an Adam's apple surgery while older sister Kim was accused to have "butt implants."

Here are some of the Twitter reactions about Kylie Jenner's lip injection rumour.


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