Don't come for Khloe Kardashian. No stranger to a cutting comeback, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star recently delivered another epic clap back after one of her follower's made a comment about her new look.
Khloe recently traded her wavy blonde hair for a new dark brown bob and debuted it to her 120 million followers on Instagram. Sitting alongside daughter True, Khloe's pouting at the camera as she shows off the sleek style. "Mommy’s baby FOREVA!!!" she captioned the sweet photo.
While her comments were full of compliments from her millions of fans, a few sadly weren't as pleasant, with one writing: "Who is that on the right?"
After catching wind of the negative message, Khloe fired back: "Your new step mother. Be nice or get grounded." Touché.
It comes as a body confidence influencer defended Khloe for editing her Instagram photos. Last week a fan tweeted a screengrab of the reality star in a teaser for KUWTK S18 alongside one of her Instagram pictures seemingly posted on the same day as filming took place.
The tweet clocked up over 168,000 likes and thousands of comments, which were a mix of people questioning why Khloe felt the need to use an editing app in the first place, when she's already beautiful, to others calling her out for being "fake".
Addressing the shots, Alex Light wrote, "I've seen this photo doing the rounds, mostly accompanied by some snide remark or gleeful comment about how Khloe Kardashian’s been ‘caught’. Yes, it’s shocking, and yes, it creates unrealistic beauty standards for the millions for herself and for the millions of people who follow her and no, I do not condone it. But you know what? Shame is not the answer. Especially not when shame is likely the reason this problem is even a problem in the first place."
Alex also shared an important reminder that just because somebody may appear to 'have it all' on the surface, that doesn't mean they're immune to criticism. She added, "Khloe doesn’t deserve shame for this." You can read Alex's full post here:
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