Two years ago, Kylie Jenner became a mom for the first time. On February 1, Jenner and her ex-boyfriend Travis Scott welcomed their daughter Stormi into the world.
And ever since, Jenner has thoroughly enjoyed her new role as mom to her adorable little girl. However, along with becoming a mother and being in the public eye, Jenner has also dealt with her fair share of mommy-shamers and negativity.
Most recently, Jenner had to defend herself and her looks after someone called her out using a video from before she got pregnant. One of Kylie’s fan accounts shared a video of Jenner from 2017. The video shows the now 22-year-old taking pictures with fans while she was at a Sugar Factory opening in Las Vegas.
Kylie Jenner Claps Back at Rude Body-Shamer
The fan account captioned the video, “Throwback to Kylie at the Sugar Factory opening in Las Vegas three years ago.” However, it was when someone else commented on the video writing, “Wow she’s so skinny here,” while someone responded to the comment, “She was better,” that Kylie herself got involved.
After catching wind that people were comparing her pre-baby body with her post-baby body, Jenner clapped back by responding to the Instagram users simply and directly, writing, “I birthed a baby.” The exchange was captured by the popular Instagram page known as CommentsByCelebs. And as they exclaimed, “D*mn straight.”
In the past, while Jenner knows she “bounced back” quickly after giving birth to Stormi, a lot has changed about her body. And those changes are something she’s been insecure about.
In a quote reshared by People, Jenner once said, “My boobs are … three times the size, which bothers me. I have stretch marks on my boobs. My stomach isn’t the same, my waist isn’t the same, my butt’s bigger, my thighs [are] bigger. And honestly, I’m finding I have to change my style a little because nothing in my closet fits me from before.”
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