February 18, 2014 12:00 PM by Lisa Princ
Kendall Jenner made quite the impression at New York Fashion Week last week, when the young star of Keeping Up with the Kardashians strutted her stuff on the runway, and showed us more than we needed to see. But despite being the talk of the show, Jenner ended her week throwing a tantrum at an after party event. Find out why inside!
Sure, Kendall Jenner is one beautiful young lady, but underneath it all, she’s still a Kardashian kid. And what are the children of Kris Jenner used to? Why, getting their way, of course. So it goes without saying that when one of them doesn’t get what they want, they’ll throw a fit like an upset toddler would. And that is exactly what happened after Kendall Jenner strutted her stuff last week in New York, Hollywood Life is reporting.
But, what exactly was Kendall so upset about? That she couldn’t get served any alcohol! Nope, we’re not kidding. Somehow, Jenner must have thought that showing off her nipples would entitle her to drink, despite the fact that she is underage. Apparently, Kendall attended an after party and was hoping to get her drink on, but it didn’t happen the way Jenner had planned. “Since they wouldn’t serve her, she made a scene and left,” one onlooker told the site. Somehow, we’re not the least bit surprised.
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