Kendall Jenner “Livid” Over Kylie Jenner Vogue Spread?

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Kendall Jenner Livid Kylie Vogue Spread

By Shari Weiss

Kendall Jenner Livid Kylie Vogue Spread

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Kendall Jenner is NOT “livid” over Kylie Jenners new Vogue spread, despite a report. Gossip Cop can easily debunk the off-base story.

According to RadarOnline, Kendall and Kylie are “more at odds than ever before.” The webloid explains, “Even though Kendall has been featured on the cover of Vogue in Japan, France and most recently, Brazil, [an] insider told Radar that she wanted to be featured in the American edition for the new year.” But, as Gossip Cop recently reported, it’s Kylie who is featured in the January 2016 issue.

“Instead of being happy for Kylie, or proud of her, Kendall is actually quite p*ssed off about this,” a so-called “source” claims to the site. “She could not believe that Kylie was chosen for the U.S. version of Vogue while she was given the foreign one.”

The outlet’s alleged tipster goes on, “To make matters worse, the fact that she shot the spread with Bella Hadid has Kendall even more upset. Kendall legitimately thinks that Kylie is trying to steal her friends and her life and she cannot stand it anymore.”

Actually, readers shouldn’t stand for RadarOnline’s lies and blatant manipulations anymore. The webloid is completely misrepresenting Kylie’s Vogue spread and leaving out key details in order to paint an inaccurate and more sensational picture. First off, Kendall has been featured in the U.S. edition of Vogue before, and it’s prestigious to cover the international versions.

Second, Kylie’s Vogue shoot was all about little sisters of famous models. She appeared in tribute to Kendall, which is hardly something to be “livid” over. And third, Kylie didn’t choose to pose with Bella in an attempt to “steal her” from Kendall. It was the magazine’s choice to include Bella, and she was picked due to the sister theme, given that her older sibling in Gigi Hadid.

RadarOnline didn’t just spread misinformation with this story, but also purposefully left out the most important details, knowing they contradicted its feud angle. Next time you check out the webloid (not that we encourage you to do so), don’t just consider what they’re telling you. Also think: What are they not telling me?

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