On Wednesday, Kylie posted this pic on Instagram, where she is seen walking out of someplace and there is a crowd of shutterbugs just waiting for her to step outside. "Life," she captioned the pic, which made it pretty clear that she was annoyed by it.
But, if that wasn't enough, Kylie also shared a Snapchat video of paps who had followed her into the mall while she was shopping with friends. "Why the f**k are you in the mall?" she asks out loud, while they snap photos of her from across the store. "You have gone to a whole 'nother level of me just not f**king with you...at all."
She also vented her frustration on Twitter, writing:
Paparazzi are so disrespectful on a whole other level— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) December 18, 2015
I'm ok with what they do I've accepted it. Just respect me & we will be all good— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) December 18, 2015
Sadly, we've heard that same sentiment shared many times. When actress Kristen Bell was fighting to make sure her daughter (who has not chosen a public life) didn't become the subject of paparazzi photos, she told ABC News, "There is so much money in the business of photographing these kids that there are guys running red lights around schools, they're pushing kids over, they're yelling, and these kids, it can terrify them." So scary!
I've seen 2 car accidents in the last WEEK caused by paparazzi— Kylie Jenner (@KylieJenner) December 18, 2015