Kendall Jenner Says She Was Never Bullied by Other Models

The year's biggest name in modeling opens up in the new issue of 'Dazed.'
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The year's biggest name in modeling opens up in the new issue of 'Dazed.'
Photo: Dazed Digital

Photo: Dazed Digital

Kendall Jenner is closing out her stellar year on the modeling scene with a bang: Not only did the Kardashian sibling just enter the prestigious Top 50 category on Models.com, she scored three separate covers for Dazed magazine's winter 2015 issue, which celebrates the next generation of creatives and tastemakers who are projected to rule the scene in the new year.

With such a swift rise to fame, we wouldn't be surprised if her modeling colleagues were a little peeved by her seemingly instant success. In fact, the biggest tidbit of Fashion Month gossip was that Jenner was the subject of "Mean Girls"-like bullying backstage at runway shows. But, according to Jenner's interview in the new Dazed, this wasn't the case at all. "That has never happened, ever," she told the magazine. "I would see rumours of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened. Everyone’s been really cool to me. I’ve never had one girl be mean... so far."

It's good to hear that Jenner's been warmly welcomed within the modeling industry, because she's more than likely going to stick around for a long, long time. Read more when the winter issue of Dazed hits newsstands on Nov. 27.

[via The Cut]