First it was her sister Kendall Jenner to wow everyone, now it's her turn.
Kylie Jenner, the youngest of the Kardashian sisters, posted a photo on her Instagram account of herself wearing an ultra tiny black bikini. Reportedly, the photos were taken at the Versace Mansion in Los Angeles, Calif.
Jenner posted a series of photos, which shows the teen doing her best model impression in front of some very beautiful and impressive architecture.
Of course posting scantily clad images is nothing new for the Kardashian clan, as it seems there's a new photo of one of the sisters posing sexy everyday.
But some may have a problem with Jenner's Instagram pic, considering she's only 16 years old, which some might say is a little young for a girl to start showing off her body.
However, that didn't seem to stop the dark haired brunette, as she looked extremely comfortable in the posted photos, which leads one to think this is only the beginning when it comes to the teen sharing revealing images of herself.
Based on the photos, it looks like Jenner has recovered well from her parents recent divorce, because according to reports, Bruce Jenner and Kris Kardashian argued a lot about Kylie and Kendall dropping out of school.
"[The Jenner sisters] had been attending a very elite private school until last year," said an inside source for Radar. "The girls were constantly missing school because of business commitments, including promotional appearances, and photo shoots. Bruce was absolutely adamant that the girls not drop out of school in order to be home schooled."
Additionally, the inside source said Kris Jenner doesn't place that much importance on school and she's more prone to make sure her kids are taking care of their current business affairs.
"Bruce has always wanted the girls to go to college," said the source. "Whereas Kris doesn't place an emphasis on education. Kris has told the girls they are only young once and they could always go back to school later. She doesn't want them to miss out on lucrative deals because they are in school."
Image via YouTube