Kendall Jenner Lookalike: Brazilian Model Makes N41.2 Million a Month

Kendall Jenner Lookalike: Brazilian Model Makes N41.2 Million a Month

- A Brazilian supermodel has taken the internet by storm for her striking resemblance to reality TV star, Kendall Jenner

- The beauty goes by Camila and has fast grown her internet following, making at least N41.2 million a month from Instagram posts

- The model added that although she's constantly compared to Kendall, she feels good in her own skin and has encouraged others to do the same

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A Brazilian supermodel is turning heads for her striking resemblance to Kendall Jenner.

With 70,000 followers on Instagram and having graced the covers of many high-fashion magazines, Camila is fast making a name for herself in the modelling industry – and she’s earning a staggering $100,000 (N41.2 million) a month from Instagram sponsorships.

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Kendall Jenner has a stunning lookalike. Images: kendalljenner/Instagram, justcamilaluz/Instagram
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The beauty has credited her stunning good looks and tiny 53cm waist to superior genetics and a healthy diet full of fresh fruit and vegetables.

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Camila denies any plastic surgery

When questioned about her plastic surgery history, Camila denies ever undergoing plastic surgery.

She said:

“I’m all natural. The secret to having a perfect body is to avoid consuming too much sugar, soft drinks and fast food. All bodies are built different.
“We should celebrate that instead of fixating on having someone else’s body.”

Camila's message to other young people

Camila is no longer surprised at being mistaken for Kendall because it happens so often. But she says that she's finally learnt to embrace her own unique beauty, no longer comparing herself to the international reality star.

She's also cautioned her fans against trying to look like her or Kendall.

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“Any woman can have a Kendall body in their own body. Respect your natural curves, make smart choices and choose the healthiest options.”

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More on Kendall Jenner

In more news on the reality star, previously reported that Kendall Jenner and her new boujee alcohol, 818 tequila, are getting torn apart on social media as some feel it is offensive and "modern colonizer vibes."

Taking to social media to launch the brand, Kendall shared a snap from the campaign with great pride. Never did she think that her braided hair and horse would cause this much commotion.

“What an incredible experience I have had thus far, learning about this beautiful place, it’s beautiful culture, and the beautiful people! @drink818 has launched in California... we will be rolling out to the rest of the US all summer long, keep a look out!!!"

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Social media reaction

Kendall turned off the comments to the post as she was getting a lot of negative backlash. The people took to Twitter to share their frustrations.

“No hate, but no matter what happen with Kendal Jenner, I think the people get power to not buy that “tequila” ! Just say it. ♀️” “Kendal Jenner is such a colonizer. I literally can’t”
“Not Kendal Jenner exploiting our culture to make money. Her commercial fed into so many stereotypes, goodbye.”
“Kendal Jenner turned off the comments in her post abt her tequila ad bc she knows she’s gonna be called out for cultural appropriation. This bit*ch is so ignorant and tone-deaf I CANNOT !!!!!”

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