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Kendall Jenner responds to taunts about her Golden Globes 'acne'

Kendall Jenner responds to taunts about her Golden Globes 'acne'

KENDALL Jenner has hit back at trolls who criticised her skin at the Golden Globes - telling fans never to let cruel comments stop them.

One said on the micro-blogging site, "The most confusing thing about the Golden Globes tonight is the fact that Kendall Jenner is present and I don't understand for what reason".

"So the untalented Kendall Jenner can muster up the courage to attend an award show she's not even wanted at but Harry, the one who had a main role in a critically acclaimed film, decided not to go... but it's whatever I guess" the user wrote mocking Kendall.

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

This isn't the first time The Keeping up with the Kardashians star has addressed her struggle with acne.

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The model faced a lot of criticism for her skin as she walked the red carpet with some visible breakouts and acne scarring.

Kendall Jenner is at the #GoldenGlobes clearly for her contribution to acting in that Pepsi commercial.

Close-up pictures of Kendall's face were shared online with people mocking her skin but she was having none of it. "Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it", she wrote at the time.

Adding that she felt like "such an outcast" and covered her face when she spoke so as to not draw attention to her face. "Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn't even think about looking at guys".

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 slowly, I'm working towards not caring, and I'm just in so much of a better place about it all now that I'm older".


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