A strange, haunting fan video has surfaced of Kylie Jenner discussing being a victim of bullying.
The 21-year-old near-billionaire did not make or share the video, but after a fan made it, both Kendall and Khloe took notice on social media.
The video is more than a little odd, but it has a powerful message and clearly had a profound impact on Kylie's fans.
In a haunting voice that has been slowed down, Kylie's voice talks to her followers about perception and bullying.
"Half of you guys think that I’m weird," Kylie says. "And the other half think I’m funny."
"But," Kylie continues. "I’ve been bullied since I’ve been nine from the whole world, it feels like sometimes."
Most of Kylie's siblings were adults when Keeping Up With The Kardashians began to air. Kylie was just a kid.
"And I think that I’ve done a really great job in handling all of this," Kylie boasts.
"There are bullies everywhere," Kylie laments.
That is more or less true.
"So," Kylie says. "This is just a little Snapchat to tell whoever with their own bullies that the only opinion that really matters is yours."
So Kylie is encouraging her followers to be confident "and to never change."
That is good advice for anyone who faces bullying.
Before anyone can reply to Kylie's words that her life is better than almost every other human's, now and also throughout all of history, she cuts them off.
"This isn't a pity party, though," Kylie insists. "Don't get it twisted."
“This is for others with bullies out there to know that you’re not alone,” Kylie makes clear.
She then signs off of her Snapchat message, the audio of which is preserved in this fan video.
"Now, goodnight," Kylie says. "Spread love."
This video's origins are ultimately unknown, but it has resurfaced due to a Kylie Jenner fan account on Instagram.
"Ok, this video is so beautiful," the KylieEdits fan account captioned the video.
"i think Kylie’s voice make this so emotional…" the captions continue.
The captions include an admission: "(I couldn’t find the creator)."
"Kendall liked and reposted," the captions updated. "Khloe liked."
Kendall did repost the video on Twitter, with a red heart emoji to convey her emotional support for her sister.
People may rightly point out that the "bullying" that a celebrity may experience from cruel "fans" is bad, but cannot compare to the bullying that non-celebrities face on a daily basis.
No one should bully a child, even a famous one.
But a wealthy 9-year-old reality star is not going to have the same experience as a non-famous 9-year-old facing bullying at school or at home.
That said, it's clear that Kylie's words on Snapchat had a powerful effect on her fans. One of them was so moved that they created this video.
Kylie's young fans clearly took her words to heart and found comfort in her message.
Ultimately, that probably matters a whole lot more than a debate over whether or not Kylie's experiences truly amount to "bullying."
Kylie is an influencer, and her messages of comfort mean so much to so many of her fans — even now that she's a makeup mogul and a mom.