Kylie Jenner Repeatedly Told to Kill Herself in Sad Example of Cyberbullying
Kylie Jenner basically grew up in the spotlight, which unfortunately makes her the target of tons of unwanted attention. Like many of her fierce female counterparts, the 19-year-old has been dealing with bullies for what seems like forever.
“I’ve been bullied since I’ve been 9, from the whole world it feels like sometimes,” she on Snapchat in June 2015. “And I think that I’ve done a really great job at handling all of this. There’s bullies everywhere. This is just a little late Snapchat to tell whoever with their own bullies that the only opinion that really matters is yours and to never change.”
While the teenager says she doesn’t want a “pity party,” the amount of hate she gets on social media is beyond disgusting. In addition to making fun of her for her ever-changing body, questioning her business decisions and calling her a slut, some anonymous people use their time to do one of the most horrific things you can ever do to someone else — tell her to commit suicide.
Here are just some of the messages we could find in the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star’s Twitter replies:
Please kill yourself you're useless @KylieJenner
— madi (@Madichristian_) June 30, 2016
@KylieJenner eww you bratt your even ugly er on the show please die i hate you kill yourself and your mom can drink bleach
— LauraBarns (@TheRealLauraB_) June 11, 2016
— Sami Ben Lakhal (@sambenlakhal) June 25, 2016
Kill yourself now @KylieJenner
— D-stupid (@thedavidjradtke) May 7, 2016
@KylieJenner no one kill yourself
— Steph (@A0Stephanie) March 29, 2016
@KylieJenner kill yourself talentless bitch
— Bundz Almighty (@BundlezDaBeard) December 29, 2015
While these notes would (understandably) send most people into a deep funk, Kylie prides herself on not letting the haters get to her. “The only opinion that ever really matters is yours,” she’s said in the past. NEVER CHANGE, KY!
While Kylie was hardcore bullied in school, these celebs admitted that THEY were actually the bullies: