Recently, an unfiltered image of Khloe Kardashian went viral on social media. Reportedly, the Kardashian sister and her team did everything possible to be get the picture removed from social media. But the news of her team sending copyright claims over the photo and asking portals to remove it also made it to the headlines. Now, Khloe Kardashian has broken her silence on this episode. Taking to her Instagram, she has penned a long note stating how she has struggled with body image for her whole life.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star wrote that she has worked really hard on her body and it is unbearable to take negative comments from netizens. She started off by writing, "Hey guys, this is me and my body unretouched and unfiltered. The photo that was posted this week is beautiful. But as someone who has struggled with body image her whole life, when someone 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 it to this point – and then shares it to the world - you should have every right to ask for it to not be shared – regardless of who you are."
Khloe further wrote that every detail of hers gets scrutinized and as she works hard to achieve good, it gets claimed that she must have paid money to achieve the figure. "And when I take that criticism to use as motivation to get myself in the best shape of my life and to even help others with the same struggles I am told I couldn't have done it through hard work and I must have paid for it all," she wrote. Along with the post, she also shared a video that she had recorded live on the day the unfiltered photo went viral showing off her toned midriff. (Also Read: Kardashian Sisters Kim, Khloe And Kourtney Show How To Ace The Bikini Game; Kendall Jenner And Kylie Jenner Flaunt Their Smoking Hot Bikini Avatar)
Image Source: Instagram/khloekardashian
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