The reality TV star said those who say she looks better without fillers are "liars"

By Robyn Merrett
January 16, 2019 08:17 PM

Brielle Biermann is defending her decision to get lip fillers.

In a series of numerous throwback photos shared on her Instagram Story Tuesday, Biermann, 21, gave fans a look back at her younger self.

In one shot in particular, Biermann drew attention to her significantly smaller pout.

“To those who say I look better before lips… you’re a liar and this photo is PROOOOOOF,” Biermann wrote over the old photo.

Over the years, Biermann has been very candid about her decision to get her lips injected and this isn’t the first time she’s had to answer to criticism.

In March, Biermann posted a group photo from Khloé Kardashian‘s baby shower, featuring herself — with plump lips — alongside Kardashian, Larsa Pippen and her mom Kim Zolciak-Biermann.

Brielle Biermann
Brielle Biermann/Instagram

Followers began to quickly respond to the photo, with one commenter asking her to “leave her mouth alone.”

Before turning off the comments on her post, Biermann responded, “My lips do not look good in photos. I f—ing get it. I’m really over y’all saying this as if I’ve never seen/heard it. I’m not changing them — whether it looks good to you or not.”

Biermann didn’t stop there. She also hopped on Twitter to reaffirm that she does not care what anyone thinks about her appearance, writing, “Going to get my duck lips plumped up some more !! C ya!”

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Brielle Biermann
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In 2016, Zolciak-Biermann, 40, who has also been honest about getting work done, opened up on why she approved of her daughter getting injections.

“First of all, she’s almost 20, so talk to her. And then, why not? Shoot it up!” Zolciak-Biermann said at the time during an episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.

“I’ve heard her complain about her lips since she came out of the womb, honestly,” she said, recalling a time Biermann said she was going to go forward with the procedure. “I was like, ‘I’m going to take you to the best,’ ” Zolciak-Biermann shared.

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