I've got a bone to pick with Kendall and Kylie Jenner. And let's throw Kris Jenner in there, too, while we're at it. The teenage girls have grown up in the lap of luxury and have literally gotten everything handed to them on a silver platter. Most recently? Their own clothing line. Because, of course!
Kylie admits, "Kendall and I are beyond excited to announce that we are pairing with Majestic Mills to create our very own fashion line. Having our own line feels like a natural next step for us." Can I please just remind you that Kylie is 15 years old and has yet to complete her high school degree.
I feel like I'm in the Twilight Zone. Am I crazy to think that getting a business handed to you before you're legally allowed to drink, smoke or vote is not a natural step? I mean, if anything, people are going to start mocking them -- not admiring them.
At least Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe have something to stand for. They actually owned their own business before the whole sex tape debacle. I'm not praising them or anything, but they certainly weren't born into super stardom.
Now the Jenner girls, on the other hand, have been living a completely different life. And since these girls are essentially role models to young teens all over the world -- I think they set unrealistically high standards for young girls.
I mean, there are people who work their tails off for years without ever getting the payoff that the Jenner girls will receive. These girls have their own spin-off in the works (really?), their own jewelry line, they're supposedly working on a book series, and now they have this upcoming fashion line.
Gosh, if all of that was on my plate I'd sure be stressed out. How on EARTH do these teenage girls handle all of that work? Oh right ...
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Do you think Kendall and Kylie set unrealistic standards for teens?