Beware of FAKE Kylie Jenner Cosmetics, talks FAKE reality show with rapper Tyga

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Kylie Jenner talks about fake Kylie Jenner cosmetics, and reality show with Tyga

Kylie Jenner has grown her brand well, from being an American reality TV star, socialite and model, to establishing herself more in the entertainment industry. She’s developed her brand wisely and has launched her own Kylie Jenner Cosmetics last year.

Kylie Jenner and her sisters were listed the previous year as among The 25 Most Influential Teens in 2014. As of the present year, she’s among the most followed celebrities on Instagram.

The Kylie Jenner image has grown to a point where there are now talks of her making her own reality show along with her bf, rapper Tyga.

The rumor was first brought up by RadarOnline where Jenner allegedly announced her new show with rapper Tyga. “Kylie is sexing up her image with social media with one main intention: she’s prepping for her own show and firmly believes this is the way to make it happen,” a supposed insider said.

“The conniving reality teen is especially excited that scoring a reality series with her bad news boyfriend could have ‘the added bonus of knocking Kim off her pedestal.’”

But according to a report by Gossip Cop, these rumors are all false, and reported Kylie Jenner saying “Faakkee.” It also said, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians has already resumed filming, contrary to the outlet’s indefinite hiatus claim, and on Tuesday, the same day this article was published, Kardashian herself even participated in the production.”

Apart from this false story regarding her new show with Tyga, Kylie Jenner Cosmetics, too, has been plagued with its own issues. Apparently, a fake website resembling theirs is selling fake Kylie Jenner cosmetics, products online.

The actress has gone out of her way to warn her fans regarding these fake makeups, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

“It’s fake and dangerous, and it’s the same price, so I don’t even see the point.” Kylie Jenner said.

“[The website] looks exactly like mine, but it’s not,” she said. “I want to be really, really clear that the only place to get my products is KylieCosmetics.com, and anywhere else is fake. Make sure you guys check the URL.”

Photo courtesy: Facebook.com/KylieJenner

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