Kylie Jenner Is Snapchatting Her Breakup Recovery Process and It Is Uncomfortable as Hell

Source: YouTube
Source: YouTube

Who is Kylie Jenner?

Is she a sensitive woman? A woman who "loves really hard"? Or is she a smart, deeply loving, generous and hysterical woman?

As it turns out, all of the above. She's every woman. Such is the message revealed by an intimate series of Snapchats exchanged between her and her sister Khloé Wednesday night, mere hours before news of Jenner's reported breakup with Tyga took the internet by storm Thursday.

In the cozy snaps, Khloé and Kylie are both seen asking themselves the eternal question, "Who is Kylie Jenner?"

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Jenner also Snapchatted the ominous news that she would be staying at her mom's house for a few nights.

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She then publicly had the following conversation with her older sister:

Khloé: Who is Kylie Jenner?

Kylie: The real Kylie Jenner is sensitive, weird and ... I don't know. I love really hard ... Can you tell me who you think Kylie Jenner is in three words?

Khloé: Kylie Jenner is so incredibly smart, deeply, deeply loving and incredibly generous ... I have a lot more words that you are, Kylie, but you said only three. But I do wanna say hysterical as well.

To be fair, the ladies are asking a valid question. Who is Kylie Jenner? Who is anybody after they break up with a long-term partner? The answer can take a while to manifest, but it helps to just throw out a bunch of random adjectives until you fully become yourself again.

While broadcasting intimate video clips to millions of people on Snapchat immediately after the dissolution of a two-year relationship may not seem like a very natural impulse for most women, remember that Kylie Jenner is not most women. Rather, she is every woman. She is a sensitive, weird, smart, deeply loving, generous and hysterical woman who loves hard. Please give her privacy during this difficult time.

h/t People

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Nicolas DiDomizio

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