Kendall Jenner discusses everything from the importance of voting to how social media affects her day-to-day life on an episode of Beats 1’s ZAZA WORLD RADIO on Apple Music Friday.
The 22-year-old joins Yoni aka Bridge, actor/radio personality Shebby, actor/model Luka Sabbat, Justine Skye, Odd Future member Taco, movie producer Mikey Alfred, and celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin to talk about a variety of topics on the latest instalment of the show.
As she’s asked about voting in the midterm elections, Jenner insists: “No, it really is serious and I think that people don’t realize that they, especially kids, nobody realizes that we actually have the power.
“I think a lot of people feel helpless and sometimes I do, too, or powerless, or whatever. But if you just got out there and voted, especially in this midterm election, it could help make somewhat of a difference.”
Talk also turns to social media and how Jenner gets “mad” at herself for constantly checking her phone, even if she has no messages.
“I’ll be doing something — even as simple as watching a movie, not that it’s any better — and I catch myself in the middle of the movie grabbing my phone. And I’m like, ‘Why am I even on…’ It’s a habit at this point, and it’s so annoying.”
The supermodel then talks growing up alongside her sister Kylie.
Jenner shares, “I remember there was a time when I was in middle school, even high school a little bit, I didn’t have that many friends.
“I was sitting in my room a lot of days crying because Kylie had so many friends, and I didn’t know what to do, and it’s gonna make me emotional right now. I really was like, ‘I’m never gonna have friends,’ and to look at my life now. It’s so crazy.
“Kylie and I flipped roles, not that Kylie’s not… Kylie is so happy.”