Drug confession from Kendall Jenner
The 25-year-old celebrity model Kendall Jenner, who was a guest on a show the day before, admitted that she was addicted to drugs. Jenner said on the subject, “I’m addicted. I haven’t talked about this before. Nobody knows this, it’s the first time I’m explaining it.”
Kendall Jenner, one of the sexiest models in social media, became the agenda with her confessions. The confessions that came after her uneasy movements and different behaviors in her last days made headlines.
American model and television star Kendall Jenner, along with her older sister Kourtney Kardashian, appeared on the podcast of Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson. Jenner, who told the unknowns in the program, also admitted that she was addicted to drugs.
Kourtney Kardashian said of the hosts, “If there was an addict in your family, who would that be?” “Kendall” answered the question.
The 25-year-old model said, “I am addicted. I have not talked about this before. Nobody knows this, I am explaining it for the first time.”
Kendall Jenner, one of the most sought-after models of the podium world, recently stated that she showed signs of anxiety at a young age.
Saying that he was very scared when he first had a seizure, Jenner used the following expressions: I really felt like I couldn’t breathe and ran to my mother. ‘Mom, I feel like I can’t breathe. Something must be wrong, ‘I said. My mother immediately took me to a group of doctors.
Jenner explained that she took these feelings under control, but her anxiety started again when her modeling career started to rise rapidly. The famous model also said, “Maybe three years ago, four years ago, I was completely back and having a crazy panic attack. I finally got the information I needed about it.”
Kylie and Kendall Jenner, with 322 million followers on Instagram, advertise fake headphones
It was revealed that the sisters of American internet phenomena Kylie and Kendall Jenner advertised fake Apple Airpods headphones. The two brothers have a total of 322 million followers on Instagram. Apple will not sue Kylie and Kendall Jenner, although it says its intellectual property rights may have been violated.
The BBC’s research points out that dozens of internet phenomena advertise fake products. These people do not market the products themselves, they share the links of the companies that bring them from China and send them to the buyers. Under UK law, products that are substantially similar to legitimate products are treated as counterfeit products. The law stipulates that people who market these products will be warned first and then legal action will be taken against them. Instagram says phenomena should review brands and comply with local laws before entering into a paid promotion deal with companies.