Kendall Jenner Calls Herself ‘The Different One,’ Also Can Legally Drink Now

In a new interview in Harper’s Bazaar, Kendall Jenner opens up about her life now that she’s turned 21. She talks all about how chill her childhood growing up constantly in the spotlight was, and growing up as tomboy with three older sisters who take being girly to multi-million dollar levels.

“I was a huge tomboy,” she says. “I had a phase where I wore boys’ clothes. I was always hanging out with guys. I’ve always connected with guys more.”

It must be great being a living mannequin for a living, then.

“I’ve always been the different one,” says Kendall. “I mean, I’m a girl and I like being a girl, but I’ve just never been into it like they have. I think I get that from my dad. I’d say I’m more of a Jenner than a Kardashian.”

She’s also not sleeping and dealing with a shit ton of anxiety because a bunch of weirdos keep stalking her.

While Kendall has always been anxious (“my entire life”), this is some next-level stuff. It started to ramp up last August, when she drove to her West Hollywood house and found someone sitting at the edge of her driveway. The man walked up to her car and began banging on the window. Terrified, she was able to drive away and phone for help, but the fear has remained. (She subsequently testified against him and was granted a five-year restraining order.)

Jenner now has a full-time security guard but doesn’t like it. And she still feels freaked out even with constant protection.

“I wake up in the middle of the night freaking out,” she says. “Full panic attacks. They wake me up from my sleep, and I need to stand up and I pace and I’m freaking out and crying.”

Y’all need to leave Kendall Jenner alone. Damn.

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hey idiot, two wrongs don’t make a right. it seems pretty self-explanatory, but let me explain it to your dense ass anyway – if you want to be welcomed in a country, you probably shouldn’t pull the chink eyes, insulting both the Buddha and the entire country’s inhabitants. and if you’re stupid enough to have done that, you should probably apologize rather than whine about how it’s the media’s fault. understood?

T.U. A.

lol try harder next time. First that detergent commercial never made it to any large audience because that company took it down and apologized for what they did wrong. And did you know the one-child policy is no longer in effect?

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