Kendall Jenner is fed up with people accusing her of having facial plastic surgery.

"It's all so exhausting," Kendall wrote on her app Wednesday, according to E! News.

Kendall believes rumors about her allegedly having work done on her face began when sister Kylie Jenner posted a video on Snapchat after doing Kendall's makeup for a Facebook livestream. Kendall's lips appeared noticeably plumper in the video, prompting speculation the high fashion model went under the knife.

Kylie immediately denied that Kendall had lip injections much like herself and swore to her fans and followers that she simply practiced "over-lining" the lips with liner to make them appear bigger and fuller. Kylie is famous for applying her own makeup that way.

"When I deleted my Instagram back in November, people were saying, 'Kendall deleted her account to have full facial reconstruction.' I think they might have been referencing the day Kylie and I did a livestream for our book. We had to hurry, so I let Ky do my face," Kendall explained on her app.

"I never wear lip liner or lipstick unless it's the occasional obvious red -- and when I say never, I mean even when I'm doing a nude lip, it's basically just gloss!"

Kendall went on to justify why she left such heavy makeup on that day.

"Anyway, I left all of the makeup on because we were so rushed and I went out and did my thing. I LOVED my makeup. I never say this, but I just felt so pretty," Kendall said.

"All of a sudden, photos of us came out with headlines like, 'OMG Kendall got her lips done and got full facial reconstruction -- look at her cheekbones, look at her nose!' I was like, this is CRAZY."

Kendall insisted there was a reason why she didn't shut down such gossip right off the bat.

"I didn't even address it at the time. Because if I address it, people are going to be like 'Oh, so she's defending herself -- must be guilty.' Kylie saw it all unfold and felt bad, so she went on Snapchat and took the blame," Kendall revealed.

Kendall noted that changing her face would probably be detrimental to her modeling career. (She has graced the cover of Vogue, modeled for Calvin Klein campaigns, walked the runway for major fashion designers, and much more).
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"It's all so exhausting. As a model, why would I have my face reconstructed? It doesn't even make sense. It's crazy because sometimes I feel like people just want me to lose," said the 21-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star.

"People forget that they're talking about real people who have real feelings and actually live their everyday lives (for the most part) just like everyone else."

Keeping Up with the Kardashians returns with a new season in March 2017 on E!.