Another day, another plastic surgery rumor.
Kylie Jenner was "MIA" last weekend because she was suffering from food poisoning. But after the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared some photos on Snapchat and Instagram where she appeared...bustier...fans wondered if food poisoning was code for boob job. As a result, Kylie participated in what appeared to be an impromptu Q&A session on Twitter about her breasts.
It all began when one fan tweeted, "@KylieJenner everyones saying you got your boobs done when you were MIA on snap."
"Do u want to feel them to validate," Kylie responded.
The fan who started it all said he didn't necessarily believe what others were saying, but that didn't stop him from worrying that he offended the reality star. Kylie, however, made him feel better by confessing she was "flirting" with him.
Other followers, however, praised the E! star for her busty look. "@KylieJenner girl your boobs look so good today what is your secret help a sister out," another asked.
It was that question that sparked the ultimate response that would shut down anyone questioning whether her chest was natural. "TMI but it's that time of the month," she admitted.
"They will deflate soon," she later added. "And it will be a sad sad day."
For those women not on their monthly, Kylie recommended two of her favorite bras. "Bomb shell or this one BOMB bra from Victoria secret that I've had for 4/5 years that they don't make anymore," she shared.
And if that weren't enough proof for the doubters, she also flat out tweeted she "never" got her breasts done.
Kylie previously admitted to getting lip fillers after longtime speculation from her fans. She later explained it took her so long to share her secret because she was afraid of what people might say. "Everyone always picks us apart," she said on Keeping Up With the Kardashians. "I want to admit to the lips, but people are so quick to judge me on everything, so I might have tiptoed around the truth, but I didn't lie."
When it comes to her breasts, though, Kylie is more than willing to shut down the hearsay.