On Sunday, Kendall Jenner attended the Golden Globes looking as fabulous as ever. But when some close-up shots of the model and Keeping Up with the Kardashians star revealed acne — an insecurity Jenner has previously addressed in depth — it didn't take long for the haters to pounce.
nothing pleases me more in life than kendall jenner having bad skin— athena (@athenawwww) January 9, 2018
Where it really impacted me was how self-conscious I became about it. It completely ruined my self-esteem. I wouldn't even look at people when I talked to them… I felt like such an outcast; when I spoke, it was with my hand covering my face. Sure, I had crushes in high school, but I wouldn't even think about looking at guys.
#KendallJenner should not be "strutting" acne but should be taking steps to eliminate it, esp. since she's a model. #Dairy is strongly linked to #acne, as well as other health problems such as #diabetes, #osteoporosis and #cancer. #milk #icecream #pizzahttps://t.co/qnIvGr4MiN— Crystal F (@crys_f11) January 9, 2018
I actually like Kendall. But there’s a rumor that they are botox injection marks. Which I’m not saying is true but she has symmetrical marks on both sides of her face and her face looks very different from past photos.— Emily (@emgioia94) January 8, 2018
People are really trying to come for Kendall Jenner for having acne at the Golden Globes like it’s not something most of us deal with....... newsflash world ITS OKAY FOR PEOPLE TO HAVE BAD SKIN!!!!!! Not everything can be fixed with a simple face mask for some of us— bad luck jill (@jillldemers) January 8, 2018
Its got to be hard on kendall. A house where beauty is above anything. Where self esteem isnt built on accomlishments but how awesome you look. Only to be knocked down on social media for acne? Kendall looked like an angel last night.— livin4jane (@Livin4jane1) January 8, 2018
To the people attacking and criticizing Kendall Jenner's skin, YOU'RE the reason why people with skin blemishes (of all sorts) are insecure. She could've canceled but instead chose to attend to support the "Time's Up" movement.— Corisa (@CoriKast) January 8, 2018
That’s my queen. I’m so insecure about that part of me . She gave me hope and even a little confidence.— Anna ♥ (@anna_theodotou) January 8, 2018