The star hit out at the unnamed magazine on Friday, letting her fans know that the rumours were “all bullsh*t.”
“It sickens me how editors of a magazine can proudly write a story denying that a 15 year olds father is actually hers,” she began.
“Yes, my father is my father and no my parents aren't getting a divorce. You guys can't believe any of these magazines. It's all bulls**t.
“And even though I don't let these stories get to my head. Imagine you at 15 & someone telling you your father isn't your father,” she continued.
The young star also acknowledged that she wants to make other teens aware that they shouldn’t let cyber-bullying get to them.
“This makes me so mad. And I'm not taking the time to write all this because this hurts me. I'm writing this for the other teens my age,” explained Kylie.
“We all get cyber-bullied unfortunately, some more than others. I see at least 20 mean things said about me a day and continue to be happy. If you guys only read the things I've read about myself everyday. And guess what? I've never been happier.
“Just trying to show you guys that you aren't alone.. and to ignore it.. because there is so much more to life.”
Kylie’s famous sisters Kourtney and Kim took to Twitter shortly afterwards to congratulate their sibling for sticking up for herself.
“That was some rant @KylieJenner but I just want to say that I am proud and honoured to have you as my sister. What a well spoken young lady!” tweeted Kourtney.
With Kim adding, “I couldn’t agree more #soproud.”
Written by Lucy Slight
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