In a recent interview with Huff Post Teen, 17-year-old Kendall and 16-year-old Kylie talked about how attention from the paparazzi and filming "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" has impacted their lives.
Kendall said interest in her and Kylie has only grown as they've gotten older.
"They’re hardcore stalking us right now, which is really annoying for us," she said. "We’re not like our sisters; we’ve always been kind of under the radar. For us, recently it’s just been kind of really, really, really crazy. They follow us everywhere we go."
The girls said that their responsibilities to E! cameras made it hard for them finish their school work, while the constant presence of photographers proved another distraction.
"We held out for the longest we could, but it just became unrealistic," Kylie said.
"We would go to cheer at football games and there would be paparazzi on the other side of the fence taking pictures. It got to a point where it was just ridiculous. Thank God no one stalked us at school!" Kendall added.
Though her sisters' careers are probably sustained by tabloid photographers, Kendall said she "hates" them.
"They can stand outside of the [school] property and take pictures in! It’s not hard. I never got to that point, thank God; I would have had a fit if it did. I hate paparazzi," she said.
Cameras were rolling when Kylie celebrated her 16th birthday over the weekend, a party at Nobu restaurant surrounded by Kardashians, Jenners and Jaden Smith.
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