Kylie Jenner is nothing but proud of her natural breasts.
ET caught up with the 18-year-old reality star at the Vera Wang Spring 2016 fashion show during New York Fashion Week on Tuesday, where she discussed her much talked-about video revealing the secret to her ample cleavage look. In the video posted on her brand-new lifestyle website and app that she launched on Monday, Kylie touted the wonders of the Victoria's Secret Bombshell bra and denied ever getting a boob job.
"It's just so crazy how people make things up in their mind," Kylie exclusively told ET about all the rumors. "I just love my body, so it's just funny that people made that up. But it's almost a compliment that they thought they were fake, because then they must be really great!"
"I have, like, little tricks, and super padded bras and duct tape," she further explained.
Kylie has been honest about using duct tape on her boobs before. In June, she revealed her secret after sporting a head-turning plunging dress to the opening of a new Sugar Factory in Miami, Florida. "To whoever thinks I had breast implants, there's a whole lot of tape in here, holding these up," Kylie explained in a Snapchat, before reaching inside her dress to show off her taped breasts.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star also chatted to ET about her new app while sitting front row at the Vera Wang show, and the one thing she doesn't want on it -- comments.
"I love fan feedback, and I love reading that from Twitter, but on the app, there's just always people that are gonna come and say mean comments," she explained. "The more people who love you, the more people there’s going to be who hate you. I think it should be comment-free, and just no mean comments that are negative and bullying."
"I've been bullied since I've been nine. From the whole world, it feels like sometimes... and I think that I've done a really great job in handling all this," Kylie also revealed in a selfie video she posted on Snapchat in June. "I'm not here to try and encourage people/young girls to look like me or to think this is the way they should look. I want to encourage people/young girls like me to be yourself and not be afraid to experiment with your look."