So sweet! ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star Kylie Jenner has been getting helpful words of wisdom from big sis Kim Kardashian on how deal with nasty bullies, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
She’s inspired by her older sister’s fashion sense, now Kylie Jenner, 17, is getting advice from Kim Kardashian, 34, on how to handle mean bullies who cruelly criticize her looks, HollywoodLife.com can EXCLUSIVELY reveal. Kim has a simple message for her youngest sibling — forget about the haters!
“Kim has been really supportive of Kylie and has been more like a mom to her than a big sister,” an insider tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “She knows how sensitive Kylie is and especially how tormented she gets after reading hurtful comments on the Internet. Kim’s advice is simple, ‘Don’t read the comments.’ This is something she knows from first-hand experience.”
Kylie opened up in a Snapchat video on June 17, revealing that she’s struggled with being bullied since she was 9 years old. Kylie has a knack for reading hateful messages about herself online, but now her big sis is trying to help her kick that habit.
“It’s almost as though Kylie has become obsessed with trying to find nasty comments about her on social media,” our source continues. “Kim gave her some uplifting books to read and suggested she either read those books late at night or call her when she gets the urge to go on the computer to try and find cyberbully comments.”
Kylie Jenner Targeted By Bullies Because Of Her Family
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Kylie has been targeted because of her family name, her looks and her sister Kim’s infamous sex tape. No matter what they’re bullying her for, the teasing hurts poor Kylie all the same.
“Kylie still gets hundreds and thousands of hurtful comments and messages on social media from cyber bullies and she still cries herself to sleep,” our source revealed. “Kylie puts up this tough exterior but it really gets to her. It’s hard to have much sympathy for her since she’s rich and beautiful, but inside she often struggles with the criticism that comes with being famous.”
Is Kim right about avoiding the haters, HollywoodLifers? Let us know!
— Jon Boon, with reporting by Sandra Clark