Kylie Jenner
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star Kylie Jenner, pictured Nov. 18, 2015, apparently dissed 14-year-old model Molly O'Malia on Snapchat Monday after Molly accused Tyga of sending her inappropriate messages. Getty Images

“Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner is an outspoken advocate for anti-bullying, but the teenager might have become a bully herself — as seen in a Snapchat video she posted Monday. The reality star seemingly took a dig at 14-year-old model Molly O’Malia, who claimed Tyga sent her inappropriate messages during a press conference.

Jenner, 18, regularly posts videos and pictures on Snapchat. Monday was no different. Generally, she posts something as mundane as making a turkey and cheese sandwich. Other times, she’ll share glimpses of what it’s like to party with the rich and famous. But Monday, she apparently used Snapchat to mock Molly.

Kylie Jenner
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star Kylie Jenner seemingly blasted 14-year-old model Molly O'Malia Monday after the teenager accused her boyfriend, Tyga, of sending inappropriate messages. Snapchat/Kylie Jenner

She put on a blond wig, which matches Molly’s long light locks, and mouthed the lyrics to Drake’s “Days in the East.” The caption for the video reads “They hate me.”

What’s interesting about the clip is that transgender model Mia Isabella shared the same song when rumors swirled that she dissed Jenner for getting a diamond ring from Tyga for Christmas.

It could just be that both girls like the song. Or it could be that Jenner is taking a hit at Molly for publicly accusing her boyfriend of texting a 14-year-old girl.

Molly O'Malia
Molly O'Malia made most of her social media profiles private Monday. Getty Images

It’s not the first time Tyga has been accused of having inappropriate relations with a young girl. He and Jenner waited until she was 18 in August to come forward about dating. But many speculated they began their relationship when she was 17.

While Jenner is apparently upset with Molly, the 14-year-old only addressed the reality star once in her statement. Most of her contempt was aimed at OK! Magazine, which published the conversations she apparently had with Tyga. Molly said she didn’t send the messages to the publication and added they didn’t contact her to see if the story they ran was true.

It’s currently unclear if Molly and her family will bring a lawsuit against OK! Magazine.

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