One four-letter word got Kylie Jenner in some hot water this month, after she was seen sporting a t-shirt with the phrase "I'M SOMEBODY'S DUFF" on it.
For the uninitiated, DUFF stands for Designated Ugly Fat Friend -- and, for some, seeing someone who isn't considered traditionally "ugly" or "fat" labem themselves that way was a bit of a problem.
"We won't even begin to list the things that set us off about that statement, but we should point out the obvious: Kylie is far from being "fat" or "ugly," and her saying that she is (albeit through a t-shirt) has the potential to do some serious damage, especially with her younger followers," wrote the people over at PopSugar.
"If anything, she is a poster girl for the majority of the First World's standardized definition of beauty. How, then, can she possibly relate to what it is like to actually be a fat woman in America," added another writer at Bustle.
One website even went so far as to label the 17 year old a "jackass" for sporting it.
The t-shirt is actually a promotional item for the upcoming film "The Duff" -- and the stars of the flick are defending Kylie's decision to wear the tank top.
toofab's Brian Particelli caught up with Mae Whitman, Robbie Amell and Bella Thorne (who was wearing the tee herself) at the junket this week, where we just had to ask about Jenner.
"That's the whole point of 'The Duff,' is that everybody's the Duff and nobody's the Duff," Whitman says, defending the reality star's wardrobe choice. "I think what becomes clearer when you see the movie, is that at first it's this horrible whatever, but it should be brutal and awful because high school is brutal and awful."
Amell also issued a Twitter promise to his fans, if they still have a bad taste in their mouths after seeing the flick. Check it out in the video above!