Writing a Harsh Letter To Kendall Jenner Made This Model Known

We know what it’s like to be jealous – it’s a bitter bitch, but it bites us all. I mean haven’t we all wished for something more in our lives? But while we may not be the biggest fans of The Kardashians – hell, we’re not fans of them at all – we don’t think that this models letter to Kendall Jenner is okay.

Now, we’ll be the first to say that we think that Arise Wanzer, did this for the attention – and she’s sure as hell getting it. However, this letter is fucked up. People get famous or their foot in the door many ways, but one can’t deny Kendall Jenner works hard.

Here’s the letter –

“Dear Kendall,

Take a moment and remove yourself from your current situation, if you can, to a life that isn’t riddled with excess and only hearing the word “yes” to your wants and requests. Now, imagine you’re from a small town and/or Third-World country where your

only way to get out of your current social class, achieve your dreams, get a green card or just gain better work conditions is to become a high-fashion model. You have to leave for six months to a year sometimes, signing contracts you can barely understand, let alone oblige to, almost without choice. You’re away from your family, your friends and everything you know. You live in a one-bedroom apartment with six other girls in the same situation in this Big Apple, New York City.

Casting after casting, and you just can’t seem to get your place. But suddenly after a week full of the word “No,” killing yourself at the gym, exhausting yourself in classes, cutting your diet in half, not talking with your family and sleeping in a room with six equally exhausted girls, you get the call. Your agent texts you with an 8 a.m. fitting at Marc Jacobs…

This could be your big break, assuming they don’t cut your look last minute, a common practice done to no-name girls, so fingers crossed!

You get to prove to your family that you left everything behind for a great cause, and you can finally pay back all of your agency debt, not to mention the money your parents lent you to make ends meet.

But wait, isn’t that a reality TV star over there in hair and makeup? Yea, that’s definitely a Kardashian or something. What is she doing here? Did she take the subway? Was she at the casting? What agency is she with? I didn’t see her last season … Does she need MORE fame? MORE money? A green card perhaps? Doesn’t she get enough cash from that show that all of ignorant America glamorizes? Didn’t her sister have sex with someone on camera and profit from the video sales to get their family its new line of limelight?

You thought you were special, that your hard work had finally paid off. You didn’t realize that these coveted spots were for sale. The cost? The soul and dignity of a fashion house. The clothes will still sell, and the players will still play, but the image will be forever tarnished by these real life Veruca Salts buying their way in with sleazy fame rights.”

We think the letter is really effin harsh. What do you think?

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