Kendall Jenner Says Sister Kylie Copied Her Idea of Getting a Nipple Piercing
Kendall Jenner ain’t a kopykat.
Even though her younger sister, Kylie Jenner, got her nipple pierced before her, the 19-year-old model insists she’s the true pioneer behind the family’s love bolted nips. In a new blog posted on her website titled “All About My Nipple Piercing,” Kendall explains that Kylie was actually the one who copied her.
“I wanted to get the piercing for SO long before Kylie,” she wrote. “She did hers and then everyone thought I copied her, but I swear I had the idea first.”
However, seeing that her sibling got hers done before her, Kendall admits she did go to the 18-year-old for advice.
“I asked all of my friends who have them (and Kylie, too), and they said that it KILLED,” she pens. “It really wasn’t that bad … Maybe it was that I prepared myself for it to be such an awful experience that in the end I was okay with it?”
“People are obsessed with the topic because it seems so unexpected of me.” she continues, adding that it wasn’t a “big deal” to her when she got her nipple pierced. “I liked showing my nipples through some of my outfits; there’s something understated, yet sexy about it.”
While Kendall may be totally chill about the whole thing, the rest of her family aren’t too cool with it. According to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, some of her sisters were genuinely surprised when they found out about her new body jewelry.
“I don’t even think my mom and I have ever talked about it,” Kendall writes. “My sisters were honestly shocked that I did it. Khloé [Kardashian] couldn’t believe it!”
Previously, Kendall explained she got the nipple piercing because she was “having a rough time” in her life.
“” was going through a period in my life, having a rough time, being a rebel and was like ‘Let’s just do it,'” she told Page Six. “Honestly, it hurt, but wasn’t as bad as everyone made it seem and maybe because everyone hyped it up and I thought it would be really, really bad. Then it wasn’t as bad as I expected.”