Kendall Jenner Had To Work Even Harder To Be A Successful Model

Kendall Jenner Had To Work Even Harder To Be A Successful Model

Kendall Jenner believes that she got discriminated against in the world of modeling because she’s not only a fashion model, but she’s also on television. She would look at that as something like that, wouldn’t she? How delusional. We’re talking about an 18-year-old girl who has gotten just about every opportunity on the planet just because of who she is and she thinks she has gotten the crap end of the stick?!?

She recently revealed that she believes it took the fashion world a while to embrace her as a working model because she is also a reality television star. She said, “People think that this just came to me. But it didn’t. What I have has almost worked against me. I had to work even harder to get where I wanted because people didn’t take me seriously as a model…because of the TV show.”

She also revealed to “Love” magazine, of whom she posed nude: “I went on castings and some people weren’t feeling me because of my name. But it was great when people didn’t recognize me. I was like, ‘Thank you. Please don’t recognize me.'”

Even Kim has backed up Kendall’s claims that she has worked even harder than others for the chances she’s been given. The former sex tape star said, “She had to work extra hard to gain this respect and to fight for people to see she’s serious. Marc Jacobs gave her a real shot and treated her like any other model. Then Riccardo and Karl gave her a chance and she has proven that she is the real deal.”

Kendall added that she really wanted to put some distance between herself and her famous family. She said, “Kim was invited to a lot of the shows that I was in. She called me before and was like, ‘Hey, I was invited to the show. I just wanted to let you know. Do you want me to come?’ and I was like, ‘No.'”

Can you blame Kendall for wanting some distance between herself and someone who rose to fame as a sex tape star and former hanger-on to Paris Hilton?

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