Kylie began appearing on the Keep Up With The Kardashians reality television series back in 2007.
At the time, she was just nine years old – and suffice to say, she hasn't got a break from the public eye since.
The now 17-year-old consistently makes headlines – often for what many observers deems to be ‘controversial’ behaviour for a girl of her age (there's buying her own €2.6m mansion, for one).
Kylie has co-written a book, created her own fashion line with her sister Kendall, released her own range of hair extensions, modelled on the front page of numerous glossy magazines and, most notably, appeared on nine series of KUWTK
However, though she seemingly has the best of everything, it turns out the feedback she receives from the public is not always positive.
Yesterday, the teenager posted up a late night video in which is confessed the glamorous lifestyle she leads isn't without its problems.
“It’s kind of crazy that 4m people watch my snap chats” she admitted, although she has more than 30million followers on Instagram so we thought she was used to the popularity.
“Half of you think I'm weird and the other half think I'm funny.”
Kylie, who is usually depicted laughing and hanging out with friends, then became completely honest with her fans about her life.
“I’ve been bullied since I've been nine – from the whole world it feels like sometimes.”
“I think I’ve done a really great job handling all of this, but there’s bullies everywhere.
“So this is just a little late snap chat to tell whoever with their own bullies that the only opinion that really matters is yours and to never change."
She concluded with: “This is not a pity party don’t get it twisted.”