If you're part of the Kardashian crew, you know that sometimes, no matter what you do, haters gon' hate.
Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner experienced this negativity firsthand Sunday at the 2015 Billboard Awards when they introduced Kanye West. Kylie, 17, and Kendall, 19, only addressed the audience briefly, but during their short, joint speech, they were met with booing and jeers from the audience.
But Kim Kardashian's kid sisters weren't distracted and stuck to the script. "It's an honor to introduce this great artist: A friend, an inspiration, a brother and now, a doctor," Kylie said, with Kendall adding, "Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome Kanye West!"
Dr. West (the rapper received an honorary doctorate degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on May 11) took the stage in typical flashy fashion, but the pyrotechnics produced so much smoke he was nearly eclipsed. Still, Yeezus launched into an impassioned performance of "All Day" and "Black Skinhead." Because West failed to censor himself, the network had to overcompensate, muting out large portions of his rap.
The Kendall sisters weren't bothered by the boos–they had more important things to think about. Although they weren't home watching part one of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce," their dad and his journey was at the forefront of their minds.
(At this time, Bruce Jenner is choosing to not live publicly in the media as a woman and will be referred to as Bruce Jenner and with male pronouns until he specifies otherwise.)
"Honestly, I've never seen him happier," Kendall told E! News' Giuliana Rancic when asked about her father's decision to speak publicly about his transition. "That alone makes me so happy. To see him so happy and to see him going through this and staying so strong and really thinking about his kids is amazing."
Part two of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians: About Bruce" airs Monday, May 18, at 9:00 p.m on E!
(E! and NBC are part of the NBC Universal family.)