Kylie Jenner – “Everything I Do Starts Huge Trends”

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Kylie Jenner on her influence

Kylie Jenner was named in TIME’s 30 most influential teens of 2015, and she spoke to the magazine on her impact on other teens.

Kylie Jenner on her influence
Kylie Jenner on her influence

Kylie, who has over 60 million followers on social media, admitted that she knew of her influence. Read excerpts from her interview below!

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Last year, when we first put you on this list, it didn’t sit well with a lot of people. Why do you think that is?

I think people expect a lot out of [me and my family]. Whether we’re influential for one reason or another, it is what it is. I know how influential I am over my fans and followers. I feel like everything I do, my hair color, my makeup, I always start these huge trends, and I don’t even realize what I’m capable of. I didn’t care what people had to say; I didn’t even read any of that stuff. People might have been upset because we were next to, like, young girls who started schools and crazy things. But we’re just different people! We’re influential in different ways, and that’s okay.

On “Kylie Jenner Challenge”

With the shot glasses thing, that wasn’t even my influence, because I didn’t ever pick up a shotglass; that was a trend before my name was attached to it. Then people just started calling it the Kylie Jenner lip thing. I went on social media and said I was not down for this, I don’t approve of this. So weird. But I started taking a different approach a couple of months ago. I felt like bullying was my thing, and I’m passionate about it, and I want to help other young girls and boys going through the same thing. I felt like I could be—I don’t want to say a “leader,” but I could be. I’m going through the same thing you are, so we can go through it together.

What do you hope your legacy will be?

That I’ve helped people and that it wasn’t just about me. That I was an inspiration for young girls. And it wasn’t just getting your lips done and having good hair, but being a good person and inspiring other people to not bully other people and do good things and be nice to everybody.

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