Let them wear sweatpants! At least that’s what Khloé Kardashian says. The reality star went to a laser hair removal appointment in — gasp — baggy clothes, and followers were quick to judge. But Khloé was even quicker to shut them down.
Khloé was seen out and about in Los Angeles over the weekend with her boyfriend, basketball player Tristan Thompson, and she was wearing a loose black long-sleeved shirt and black sweatpants rolled up. She was also sporting her her equally casual — yet crazy-expensive — Givenchy fur slides. People are so used to seeing the Kardashian/Jenner girls in revealing, formfitting clothing that the fact that Khloé owned anything else was shocking to some.
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It seems people assumed she was hiding something under that outfit, and she wasn’t about to let that slide. “So rude of people to say I’m getting fat because I wore baggy clothes to get laser hair removal. It’s called being comfortable people,” Khloé wrote on Twitter in response to the trolls.
So rude of people to say I'm getting fat because I wore baggy clothes to get laser hair removal. It's called being comfortable people.
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) September 17, 2017
Her fans are also speaking out about the shade thrown her way, explaining that just because she’s in the public eye doesn’t mean she has to dress to impress all the time. “It’s crazy how celebrities cannot wear anything comfy cause you’re either fat, pregnant or depressed…. really people SMH,” one fan wrote.
Khloé Kardashian isn't fat. Calling her size 4 body fat only shows your hatred for actual fat people. Cut it out. https://t.co/aK22UPklET
— Evette Dionne (@freeblackgirl) September 19, 2017
"Khloe Kardashian is fat" Can I be fat too pls? pic.twitter.com/7IMYIk7gwr
— Kardashian Reactions (@kardashhumor) September 17, 2017
You're not getting fat Koko… bible you're not getting fat!
— Daryl Motte (@DarylMotte) September 17, 2017
Calling Khloé fat promotes an unrealistic idea of what people look like… https://t.co/LgfDFrOnDQ
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) September 19, 2017
Others are commenting on the fact that being called “fat” doesn’t have to be negative.
But who cares if you were getting fat? That can change. Fat vs thin is inconsequential. I'm so sorry that you and other celebs deal w this.
— Myrna Erhart (@SwtpantsCasual) September 19, 2017
Baggy clothes, tight clothes, Khloé is looking amazing. And if sweatpants are wrong, who wants to be right?
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