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When a troll told Kylie Jenner she 'looked like a prostitute', she had the perfect response.

Kylie Jenner has grown up alongside a constant (and often critical) commentary about everything she wears, says or does. And it appears at 19, she’s finally had enough.

Over the weekend, the youngest daughter of Kris and Caitlyn Jenner shared a photo of herself to Instagram, wearing a cropped shirt and a g-string. While the image has since been ‘liked’ over two million times, it also attracted some harsh judgment on social media, with one particular Twitter user tagging Kylie to tell her she looked like a prostitute.

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“@KylieJenner looks like a 14 year old prostitute,” he wrote.

Knowing the type of people who spend their time trolling Kylie Jenner, it’s likely she’s received far worse comments in the past. But on Monday, she decided it was Louie Thomas she’d respond to.

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“Idk I feel like a 19 year old prostitute” she replied, in a tweet that has since been shared almost 90,000 times.

Tens of thousands of fans also tweeted in support of the star, with comments like “Such a savage!!!”, “QUEEN OF COMEBACKS”, and “I f**king love you, oh my god.”

Of course, her tweet also started a stream of GIFs and memes, that really do make the internet worthwhile.

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Perhaps Jenner is adopting a similar attitude to her sister Kim, who has been open about how she deals with negative comments online. On a video on Kardashian’s website, the 35-year-old says, “Just do whatever makes you feel good. Like if you feel like talking s–t to someone, go for it.

“I personally take the high road most of the time. Like I just don’t care. So I always think, will I be affected by this tomorrow? Will I be affected by it in a week? Will I be affected in a month? And in a year? And usually the answer is no.” Post continues after gallery…

Kylie is also very familiar with online hate, which recently motivated her to start an anti-bullying campaign through her Instagram called #IAmMoreThan.

She told Adweek, “Just being a young socialite on the Internet, it comes with a lot of bullying and a lot of different opinions that have affected me throughout the years.

“So I just kind of turned to real people with real issues — way bigger than me — who are so positive. It just inspires me and I wanted to share it with fans.”

Hopefully her latest sassy comment is a reminder that there is actually a person behind Kylie Jenner’s social media accounts, and she’s not afraid to bite back.

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