Kendall Jenner arrives at the 2014 MTV Music Video Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014.
Kendall Jenner arrives at the 2014 MTV Music Video Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Kevork Djansezian

Kendall Jenner is having the time of her life being a rising model. Apart from bagging great campaigns one after another, Kris Jenner's daughter says she never experienced being bullied by other models, no matter what the rumor mills are saying.

In her cover interview for Dazed magazine (via The Cut), Kendall Jenner clarifies rumours that her modeling career is being made difficult by other petty models. She shares that none of the bullying rumours are true. "I would see rumours of girls bullying me backstage and putting cigarettes out in my drink, and none of that has happened," she explained. She added that everyone has been cool to her and that she never encountered a mean model yet.

The rumours that Kendall were pertaining to seem to be precisely those that circulated back in September. According to In Touch (via Mail Online), a source revealed that other models hated the fact that she landed spots on runway shows even though she's not a modeling material.

"They started acting b*tchy. Some even put out their cigarettes in Kendall's drink!" the source detailed for the mag. Kendall once shared that this must be because of her family name. She already said to really jumpstart her career, she had to drop the Jenner from her name and just go by Kendall as her model name.

True or not, Kendall has long proven since then that she indeed, has it to be part of the high-caliber industry. She already bagged several high fashion shoots and runway shows, an Estee Lauder deal, a massive Vogue spread, and already has a big project lined up for next year: the Karl Lagerfeld Campaign. Kendall already shared what got her there. She revealed to the December issue of Vogue that she is a workaholic and can be quite competitive. She also said she does not let boys distract her as she is just too busy, and too picky these days.

It only took a year for her to prove that she can be a model, and not just any model. Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing claims she has the ability to inspire, like supermodels Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell.