Models apologise for ‘bullying’ Kendall Jenner at fashion week
Two well-known models have publicly apologised for harsh comments they left on social media about Kendall Jenner.
American models Lexi Boling and Binx Walton have been caught red handed being real life Mean Girls to Kendall Jenner.
Last season, there were several rumours that reality star turned model du jour Kendall Jenner was being ‘bullied’ by fellow catwalkers jealous of her stratospheric rise to fame. According to reports, girls were stubbing out their cigarettes in her tea and making catty remarks.
Lithe brunette Kendall was quick to shoot down the rumours, saying everything was fine backstage.
However, it seems there may have been some truth to the whispers.
This week, German Vogue shared a shot of Kendall backstage at Donna Karan’s A/W 15 show. Followers left comments saying it was not the most flattering photo of the 19-year-old and two notable models threw in their two cents.
Lexi Boling (20) tagged her friend Binx Walton (19) and said that Kendall had “never looked better” with sarcastic crying emoji faces, to which Binx replied “that’s f*cked up”. The two models later deleted their comments.
Chicago native Lexi (below) has released a statement via her agency Ford Models, saying, "I wasn't thinking and made a silly comment. Kendall's had a killer NYFW. A big congrats to her!"
Both Lexi and Binx (below) had recently shot campaigns with Kendall - for LOVE and Garage magazine respectively.