By Camille Nzengung
Updated Jan 06, 2019 @ 8:30 pm
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Kendall Jenner has a new gig.

After momager Kris Jenner teased on Instagram a video of the 23-year-old opening up to the camera on Saturday, fans were left curious about the model’s “raw story."

“I’m so proud of my darling @KendallJenner for being so brave and vulnerable,” she wrote in the caption. “Seeing you share her most raw story in order to make a positive impact for so many people and help foster a positive dialogue is a testament to the incredible woman you’ve become.”

In the emotional video, Jenner says, “When I was 14, I couldn’t reach as many people that I can now that I’m 22. Now I have this whole thing behind me, I can speak to so many people and be like, ‘I can help you and it’s okay.”

She continues, saying, “I experience it. I’m very normal. I understand you. I can connect with you,” before the words “Connect with Kendall” flashed across the screen.

At the time little details were released about the model’s big announcement, as the full video was set to drop tonight (Jan. 6). Well, it turns out the model is the latest spokesperson for Proactiv, as was revealed during her commercial spot that aired during the Golden Globes.

“A lot of people have seen me struggling with acne mostly through paparazzi photos or the Golden Globes,” she told People. “I had exhausted all other options and [decided to] try Proactiv. It really worked for me. I feel great on the inside and out.”

We must admit that the role is rather fitting considering that just one year ago she was social media shamed for embracing her acne at the Globes last year.

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While the reality star looked gorgeous in a black Giambattista Valli gown, all the internet seemed to talk about was her visible acne, making hurtful comments about her skin.

After one fan voiced their support on Twitter about the Jenner "strutting her acne", the model re-tweeted the tweet, adding “Never let that shit stop you," ultimately shutting down her haters.

Can't say that we disagree.