Khloé Kardashian slapped in response to a critic who called her an “alien” because of her ever-changing appearance.
“I’m sorry you feel that way,” the 36-year-old “Keeping up with the Kardashians” star responded to the troll on Twitter on Monday after being accused of plastic surgery.
“You have every right to block / silence me,” she continued. “I try to help many people who are suffering in silence. IR [sic] completely right to your opinions. Just like me. “
Kardashian also targeted the critic’s biography on Twitter, writing: “I don’t think you should treat yourself like a feminist if you attack a woman provocatively.”
Back and forth came after the reality star debuted another new look in a recent ad for Nurtec, a prescription drug used to treat migraines.
“Does research show that the more plastic surgery someone has, the more likely they are to suffer from migraines?” The aforementioned Twitter user is reasonable. “What pharmaceutical company chooses someone who has undergone so much plastic surgery to look like an alien, like their spokesperson?”
Kardashian often defends her changing body and face, even recently claiming that she got a “rounder” way while on hormones to freeze her eggs.
One’s mother also struggled in detail with her body image in April after an unedited photo of her went viral.
“The photo that was published this week is wonderful. But like someone who struggles with body image all his life, when someone takes a picture of you that isn’t flattering in low light or doesn’t capture your body the way it is, after working so hard to get here – and then share it with the world – you should have every right to ask not to share it – no matter who you are, “she said at the time in a video on Instagram.
A source later told Page Six, “There was an outpouring of support from friends, family and business partners. It was really amazing – everyone applauded her for revealing about her struggles, which everyone knows have weighed on her for many years. It was a great release for her to finally be able to tell her truth, and she felt strong and happy. “