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Kylie Jenner admits she's been hiding 'who she really is' after cruel trolling


 Kylie told that she'd been targeted by trolls online (Image: Getty Images)

Kylie Jenner has shared that she's been sharing less of her true personality since being trolled online.

Sitting down for a chat with YouTuber and makeup whiz James Charles, the 22-year-old businesswoman and reality star told that "mean" online comments had taken their toll.

The mum-of-one recalled how she'd been attacked for being herself online, and how she's since started to show "less" of that side of her.

James brought up a recent video in which Kylie could be seen at dinner with the rest of her famous family, insisting she was going to get "wasted."

 Kylie told of how she's hidden her fun-loving personality after the 'mean' comments (Image: Youtube)

When James gushed about how fun she is in person, Kylie said of her social media experience: "As I got bigger and bigger, people used to say really mean things about who I really am, my personality and what I love the most about myself, it would hurt me more than almost playing a character, like not showing everything.

"So yeah, I just started doing a little less, which is sad, it makes me sad."

Kylie is the youngest of the five Kardashian-Jenner sisters, and has starred in Keeping Up With The Kardashians since 2007.

 The hit series first appeared on our screens in 2007

Kim Kardashian recently sent the Internet into meltdown with the announcement that the show would be coming to a close in 2021, with its 20th series.

And while Kylie feels it's time to move on for all of them, she told James she'll always look back on the show with fondness.

"It's sad, it's the end of a chapter," Kylie remarked, "but we all came to the decision that it was just time to just move on and let it be great.

"We could just keep going and going and going, but we've just got to let it be.

 Kylie was nine years old when the series started

"It's been fun. I was nine years old when Keeping Up started."

"So what's next then?" James probed.

"I don't know," Kylie admitted

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