Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Kendall Jenner hits back at critics over acne at Golden Globes

Kendall Jenner hits back at critics over acne at Golden Globes

She recently had a bad breakout before she attended her first Golden Globe Awards and while most people thought she looked absolutely stunning (which, btw, she did), some critics called her out for having visible pimples on the red carpet.

Responding to the tweet on Monday, she replied: "never let that s*** stop you!" with the cool face and sparkly emoji for extra sass. Though the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star has yet to comment on the rumors, the before and after photos of Kendall tell their own story.

But surprise, surprise, it appears that Kendall Jenner - a card-carrying, Vogue-certified supe - suffers from the oh-so-human affliction known as acne.

But Kendall has insisted that she won't let comments about her problem skin damage her confidence, by spreading the message to fans that they should "never let that sh*t stop you".

"Ok but "I'm so glad (you) have no shame in something EVERYONE goes through". It's insane because sometimes I feel like people just want me to lose.

Fans loved the model's candid and confident response.

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On her app, she explained: "It completely ruined my self-esteem".

"Everyone's focusing on @KendallJenner new lips but not the fact that her skin is charred.I would've stayed home tbh".

While someone else said: "nothing pleases me more in life than kendall jenner having bad skin".

Yes, the reality star was an unexpected attendee at the awards ceremony, however, when people got over the fact that she was there they began talking about her appearance. The model previously revealed how it used to hugely impact her self-confidence.

Adding that she felt like "such an outcast" and covered her face when she spoke so as to not draw attention to her face.

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