Man asks Kylie Jenner a seriously crude question – so she lets loose

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She's surely well-used to KUWTK enthusiasts getting up close and personal, but Kylie Jenner did not take kindly to one brash fan's remarks yesterday.

Out in Beverly Hills shopping with her model sister, Kendall, the siblings were making their way back to their silver Mercedes Benz G-Wagon when a man filming on his phone got a little too close to the 17-year-old reality TV star.

Dressed in a white t-shirt, black Nike shorts and wearing sunglass, he repeatedly asked her "what that mouth do?" while pushing his phone up towards her lips.

The annoyance eventually prompted the usually-composed Kylie to respond with: "Get the f*** out of my face."

 

 

“Get the fuck off my face” – @kyliejenner #gokylie #whyareyoustandingsoclose #sodisrespectful #iloveherresponse

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And her fans are definitely on her side.

Calling the as-yet unidentified individual, who appears to be in his 30s or 40s, "rude," a "d***," and a "twat," one Instagram user furthermore stated: "I'm judging anyone defending this disgusting guy.

"He made sexual comments towards a 17 year old while shoving a camera right in her face. If you defend that, you have issues."

And others thought she was remarkably restrained given the circumstances. "I would have kicked him in the nuts," another user said.

They then added: "She has a lot more grace than I would have had if someone would be asking offensive s*** like this."

Also at the weekend, Kylie made a successful appearance in Miami, where she was promoting the Sugar Factory, a candy-themed restaurant. 

 

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