British model Demi Rose has claimed there are ''no bad vibes'' between herself and Kylie Jenner.
Demi Rose insists there are ''no bad vibes'' between herself and Kylie Jenner.
The 22-year-old model dated rap star Tyga shortly after he split from Kylie in 2016, but contrary to widespread speculation, Demi has revealed there is no lingering ill-feeling between the duo.
She explained: ''I respect her and never said anything bad about her. There are no bad vibes, between us, I think. People will always hate on me, I guess.
''I don't let the negativity get to me, it never ever gets to me. I'm so happy and I get more love than I ever have online.''
The brunette beauty's romance with Tyga was only fleeting, but she remains on good terms with her ex-boyfriend, revealing they still speak from time to time.
However, Demi resents the suggestion she is only famous because of her romance with the 27-year-old star.
The model, who has more than five million Instagram followers, told MailOnline: ''I was quite known before I even met him. But I'm still referred to as Tyga's ex ... We still talk now and then, you know, just 'how are you?' and stuff.''
Meanwhile, the curvaceous star also revealed she battled an eating disorder when she was 16.
Demi is known for her enviable figure, but admitted her desire to shed fat as a teenager saw her weight plummet to dangerous levels.
She shared: ''I had a curvy figure at 16 and wanted to lose a load of weight so I went through a period of getting so skinny and putting myself on a strict diet. I was so unhappy and hated my body.
''One day I woke up and realised I had to get better for myself. I started going to the gym, eating normally, and now I'm so confident with my body.''
Demi has attracted worldwide attention because of her eye-catching Instagram posts, and she claims her revealing photographs help to build her confidence.
She said: ''Even when I was at school I would be posting pictures to MySpace.
''I had a profile at a very young age to contact my friends so I would post pictures on there - even bikini pictures, so that was the first stage of building confidence.''
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