"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star Kendall Jenner has been all over magazines and runways this year but not everyone's happy about the budding model's seemingly sudden rise in the modeling industry.
Fellow model Arisce Wanzer wrote an open letter to Jenner, which explained how she believes the teen reality star did not work hard to get on top of the modeling game, according to Cosmopolitan.
The letter was posted to The Blot and began with Wanzer asking Jenner to try putting herself in the shoes of people who do not have the connections and material affluence she has.
"Imagine you're from a small town and/or Third-World country where your only way to get out of your current social class, achieve your dreams, get a green card or just gain better work conditions is to become a high-fashion model," Wanzer wrote.
She then spoke about the many challenges a girl trying to break it into the modeling industry has to go through before booking a seemingly life-changing job.
Speaking of learning about Jenner's participation in a show she had worked hard on getting, Wanzer said: "This girl didn't do and doesn't owe half of what you did to get what you did to get here today, that much is certain."
She then questioned the choices of fashion houses in casting a reality star. "One by one like dominos from Vogue to Givenchy, fashion is selling out to the ignorant masses for money," Wanzer said. "What happened to the art, the cerebral part of fashion? Did it really die with Alexander McQueen?"
Wanzer concluded that Jenner having the coveted job "cheapens" the experience for models. She also admitted to rumors saying a model put out a cigarette in Jenner's drink.
Jenner previously refuted the rumors in an interview with Dazed and said "none of that has happened."