Keke Palmer posts a 'before & after' shot of Kylie Jenner and holy freaking moly drama is coming

We're taking cover... a war is on it's way.

By Bianca Mastroianni
Keke Palmer posts before and after shot of Kylie Jenner

Kylie Jenner's face is something that everyone knows about... but doesn't mention.

It's sort of like Lord Voldemort. Sorry.

It's obvious that Kylie has undergone some, er, 'work' during her teen years... mainly because she grew up on television so everyone knows what she looked like beforehand.

But, Kylie has been pretty honest about it, telling the world that she wasn't comfortable with her lips beforehand, and the change has made her feel better about herself. For that, we can only applaud her.

Your bod your rules, right?

But, one celeb has something very pointed to say about Kylie's decision to change so much about herself physically, using her as an example of a wider issue.

Keke Palmer posted a side-by-side pic of Kylie from 2012 - 2016.

The left side reads, "Kylie's so ugly! Why can't she just grow up?" while the right side says, "Ew, Kylie's so fake! What happened to her?"

She's basically saying that Kylie can't win.

Her caption is a verrrry lengthy rant about society being obsessed with reality TV and appearances rather than more important issues.

"After Trump's win, I really was convinced that we have become so obsessed with making things appear to be real than needing them to actually BE real. AKA: Reality TV, that's the gag," she began.

"We have settled for knock off truth in our actual reality because it's socially acceptable to lie for likes."

Although the picture seems to be taking a major stab at Kylie, we believe she's sort of (in her own, strange AF way) trying to protect her.

"We don't even think about the fact that for years the whole world damn near agreed that she was ugly," Keke wrote. "A CHILD, that girl was a child and she was bullied and named ugly and not as a character but as HERSELF."

She ended the essay with a more positive upswing, "If only we could accept one another instead of bullying each other into change," Keke said. "We wouldn't be so confused or misunderstanding all of these mixed messages that ultimately tell us to trade attention for respect and love for possession. We could instead let our differences TEACH us something new instead of walking around looking, acting and being the same. WE DIFFERENT FOR A REASON."

We get the message, but we don't think the Kardashian klan is gonna let the use of her 'lil sisters face slide.