Kylie Jenner Instagram Bikini Photo Raises Questions

Posted: Oct 3 2014, 1:14pm CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Kylie Jenner Instagram Bikini Photo Raises Questions
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Kylie Jenner posted an arty black and white bikini photo on Instagram. Why not? The message in the post is though mysterious.

Kylie Jenner stayed back home in LA while her older sister walked for Chanel and other major fashion labels in the Paris fashion week. Kendall Jenner got supported by Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner and Kanye West. Even North West was in Paris.

Kylie Jenner posted a black and white photo on her Instagram account that shows her posing in a white bikini. She is hugging a pillar. The message in the Instagram reads: "You were my sun." She could just refer to the sun literally. Summer ends. The sentence then is almost poetic. The sentence though could also refer to someone close that moved away from Kylie.

Kylie Jenner by the way has an amazing number of followers. Over 12.6m are following the 17-year-old reality TV starlet. She is only 1.5m behind Kendall Jenner and she does not really have a career yet. That might change soon. Radar Online reports that Kylie Jenner is getting serious about music.

Kylie Jenner already teased this bikini a couple days earlier in this blurry shot.

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