She looks like a normal human being in this photo…yet, she reportedly wants it removed from the internet…go figure?
I believe that no family has done more to distort female body images than the Kardashians.
If you ask me, everything about them is fake. From all the painfully obvious photoshopping and Instagram filters to what looks like massive plastic surgery binges – these women do absolutely nothing to promote healthy acceptance of “who you are” as a person.
In actuality, to many people, they come off as the epitome of insecurity and feeling uncomfortable in your own skin.
And sadly, millions of young women look to these phonies as true beauty icons – and thus, a dangerous cycle of insecurity, confusion, and body dysmorphia continues with young women.
And when a supposed photo leaks out showing one of the Kardashian girls looking “normal,” with flab, sags, and lumps, they reportedly hit the panic button.
After all, the illusion of “perfection” seems to be their “brand.”
And that’s apparently what happened recently to Khloe Kardashian.
And speaking of Khloe, she appears to have had so much plastic surgery that you can’t even tell it’s the same person anymore.
Reports claim that an “unflattering/realistic” bikini photo of Khloe was leaked to the public, and she’s not too happy about it, according to Page Six.
Team Kardashian is going into overdrive to erase a private photo showing a side of Khloé few outside of the family get to see.
The image shows the reality star’s face and body, as she appears in a bikini by a pool, without the heavy editing and airbrushing that are mainstays of photos Kardashian normally puts on Instagram.
The shot — which Page Six has confirmed is authentic — soon spread around the internet.
But many copies of the photo were taken down under legal threats from the Kardashian camp, which called the image “beautiful” but said they wanted it gone because it was unauthorized.
“The color edited photo was taken of Khloé during a private family gathering and posted to social media without permission by mistake by an assistant,” Tracy Romulus, chief marketing officer for KKW Brands, said in a statement.