Kylie Jenner is ignoring all of the Rob Kardashian-Blac Chyna drama and garnering social media attention of her own by posting an all-new skin-filled selfie. The 19-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star took to Instagram on Friday morning to reveal a new photo that shows her sporting a strawberry red hairdo.
The image shows the Lip Kit creator rocking vibrant red locks that are parted down the middle and sweeping down her back. The daughter of Kris Jenner was exposing some serious cleavage as she wore had nothing more than a towel barely clinging off her shoulders. Kylie used the dog-ears filter as she shot a smoldering glance at the camera.
The E! star uploaded the snap with a cherry emoji in the caption.
Kylie was clearly feeling confident with her new eye-catching hair as she later treated her 95.7 followers another photo to offer another look. The pic shows the cosmetics mogul laying on a messy bed while donning a sheer white crop top. She put her toned tummy on full display while shooting a look away from the camera.
As Kylie Jenner was posting steamy snaps on social media, her older half-brother, Rob Kardashian, has been entrenched in a fiery feud with his former fiancé Blac Chyna. The 30-year-old Arthur George sock creator unleashed an angry rant in which he revealed a number of nude images of the former stripper in addition to wildly explicit messages about her.
Kylie Jenner and Blac Chyna have also had their differences in the past. Earlier this year, Kylie broke up with her ex-boyfriend Tyga. The two dated on and off for three years.
Before he dated Kylie, Tyga and Blac Chyna were romantically involved. Tyga and Chyna share a child together named King Cairo.
Rob Kardashian, during his angry Instagram rant, claimed that Blac Chyna was only with him in order to get back at Tyga.
"My daughter is the best thing that happened to me and she will know that Chyna did this out of spite not love cuz she [mad] my little sister took her baby daddy," Rob wrote in a since-deleted post on Instagram.
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