Kylie Jenner shammed for ear-piercing her 5-month-old child

Danny Woods
July 17, 2018

The controversy related to the cover of Forbes, however, is still not désenflé...

Her surgically enhanced style has spawned a trend, plastic surgeons say, with more women requesting fuller lips.

"The best kisses", the 20-year-old captioned the short clip, in which she can be seen showering her daughter in kisses, before the infant affectionately reaches out and pulls her mother's hair.

'Kylie Jenner was on the cover of Forbes Magazine today for having a net worth of 900 million dollars, which is heartbreaking, ' reads the description.

One viewer tweeted: "I HATE it when I see children, with their ears pierced".

"It's just an insecurity of mine, and it's what I wanted to do", Jenner explained at the time. In a recent phone interview with Refinery29, Kim Kardashian West slammed critics in her sister's defense.

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Jenner, who is now not old enough even to legally drink alcohol in the United States, will turn 21 in August before her Forbes cover edition hits newsstands.

"I'm so blessed to do what I love everyday", Kylie, who's the younger sister of Kim Kardashian as well as a makeup empire mogul, continued. She could also be the youngest person ever to become a billionaire, beating Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg.

'She said 'Mom, OK, I want you to sit down, as I've finally figured out what I want to do for the rest of my life'. Her older sisters Kendall, Khloe, Kim and Kourtney also have high negative ratings. "I don't understand because she is really self-taught - we are all self-taught".

"She had a plan for Kylie Cosmetics when she was 17".

That being said, whether she keeps her lips natural or goes back to the plump pout, Kylie will definitely continue to be successful and confident.

In the story accompanying the cover, Forbes said they estimate that Kylie Cosmetics has raked in $630million since it launched in 2015.

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