Khloe Kardashian slammed for saying she ‘can’t stand’ people who complain about being ‘fat’ in past body shaming interview going viral on TikTok
Khloe Kardashian is being criticized over ‘fatphobic’ comments she made in a 2019 interview, that have recently resurfaced and gone viral on TikTok.
The clip sees the 37-year-old KUWTK star talking about her frustration over people saying they want to lose weight when, at the same time, are still indulging in sugary foods like ice cream.
Khloe says: ‘I can’t stand people that are like eating a bucket of Häagen-Dazs ice cream, [saying] “I’m so fat!”‘
Backlash: Khloe Kardashian slammed for saying she ‘can’t stand’ people who complain about being ‘fat’ in past body shaming interview going viral on TikTok (Pictured above, in 2019)
She made the comments just two years ago when appearing on British media personality Jay Shetty’s podcast, which has caused a backlash from fans online, with many posting the clip to TikTok to include their own outraged reactions.
Khloe added: ‘And like, they won’t work out, they won’t change their diet, they won’t drink more water, they won’t whatever, but they’re complaining, complaining, complaining.’
‘I’m like well, you’re always going to be in this victimized state because you’re literally not doing any, you’re not being self-aware. You’re not even looking at your own reflection, saying, “Okay, what can I do to change things about myself?” It’s everybody else’s fault,’ she finished.
Backlash: Khloe’s past comments angered many fans online after the TikTok video went viral
One angry TikTok user hit back, comparing Khloe to a Barbie doll, saying: ‘Honey, you are made in China, you are manufactured. You got more plastic in you than the ocean does currently, no ma’am.’
The user, named Divazzzzzzzzz, added: ‘Humble thyself, and remember where thyself came from. What journey did you go on? Other than to the plastic surgeon. Don’t do that, absolutely do not do that. Get your life together. This video was not it. Try again.’
Another fan took to Twitter to write: ‘Khloe Kardashian is really saying this with her whole chest as if she doesn’t have personal trainers and plastic surgeons sculpting her body for her. Throwback to when she used to be the likeable sister.’
Upset: Khloe says: ‘I can’t stand people that are like eating a bucket of Häagen-Dazs ice cream, [saying] “I’m so fat!”‘
Interview: Khloe made the comments just two years ago when appearing on British media personality Jay Shetty’s podcast
This prompted replies such as: ‘Because it’s just that easy right? She was the fat sister once and so was/is her brother. Be considerate of those with eating disorders and mental health issues. Let fat people eat their icecream in peace’
Another raged: ‘She bought a whole new body and now acts like this?! I used to love her so much because she wasn’t like her sisters. But honestly f*** her. I went through an ED for 15 years because people said s*** like this to me and now I’m sick from it. I hope she realizes what she said.’
Khloe often talks about her health and fitness regime, and proudly revealed that she lost 60lbs after giving birth thanks to exercising regularly.
Telling it straight: Khloe appeared to be in an unfiltered mood during the podcast
Discussion: The reality spoke to British media personality Jay Shetty
Laying it on thick: Some critics found Khloe’s comments to be slightly unkind
Htting back: TikTok user Divazzzzzzzzz, said, ‘Humble thyself, and remember where thyself came from. What journey did you go on? Other than to the plastic surgeon.’
She also fronted her own weight loss and makeover show, Revenge Body with Khloé Kardashian, on E! in 2017.
In April this year, Khloe talked about an unedited bikini photo of herself that she wanted to be removed from the Internet because she didn’t find it flattering.
“This is me and my body unretouched and unfiltered,” she said in an Instagram Live, addressing the controversy a few days later.
‘The photo that was posted this week is beautiful. But as someone who has struggled with body image her whole life, when some takes a photo of you that isn’t flattering in bad lighting or doesn’t capture your body the way it is after working so hard to get to this point — and then shares it with the world — you should have every right to ask for it to not be shared — regardless of who you are.’
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