She said she started using lip fillers because one boy she kissed told her that her lips were too thin.
‘It has been an insecurity of mine all my life,’ ‘This guy I kissed was like, “Your lips are really small but you’re a really good kisser. I didn’t think you were gonna be good at kissing.”
”It was so rude,’ ‘From then on, I just felt like I saw guys staring at my lips. I felt like no one wanted to kiss me.’
“I didn’t want to be a bad influence. I didn’t want people to think you had to get your lips done to feel good about yourself.”
She also admitted that she went too far with the injections. Saying:
‘When you first get them done, you’re like, “Oh, it could be a little bit bigger on that side.” I’d go back and be like, “They went down” and think they could be bigger. But I went too far. It was very painful.’
“The first year we started hanging out, everyone around him told him not to be with me. I still get comments like, “Don’t be with him.” But we’re not doing it for the public—we love each other. We need to be together at all times. We never get mad at each other, we just figure things out.’