Kim Kardashian earns heavy criticism for her ‘unhealthy’ weight loss

The fans they might be pondering why “Kim, people are dying!” is again a trending topic on Twitter. kim kardashian41, faces critics violence online for continuing to publicize his recent weightloss.

He previously received criticism for bragging about the fact that lost 16 pounds in three weeks to be able to wear the iconic dress of Marilyn Monroe. During an appearance on “Today” this week, the “Kardashians” star said that she is now down 21 pounds since before the Met Gala.

“I saw it as a role. I really wanted to wear this dress. It was very important to me. It actually taught me a lot about my lifestyle and my health, and I’ve continued to eat really healthy ever since,” the Hulu show’s star explained to “Today” co-hosts Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb.

Kim Kardashian happy to lose weight despite the criticism

Kim Kardashian earns heavy criticism for her “unhealthy” weight loss.

The slender Kim Kardashian shared that she is happy with her health transformation but is not trying to lose any more weight. “I have more energy than ever. I cut so much sugar. I was eating a lot of junk food. I didn’t even notice. Lots of fried foods. And I completely changed my lifestyle,” she explained.

AmericanPost.News recalls that Kardashian had previously said that she cut out sugar and carbohydrates for “almost a month”, but some criticized her, such as actress Lili Reinhart, who claimed that it is “disgusting” that celebrities admit that they are “starving” considering his great influence.

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Kim Kardashian compares herself to actors after her weight loss

Kim Kardashian earns heavy criticism for her “unhealthy” weight loss.

While Kim Kardashian defends weight loss and compared herself to Christian Bale to calm her haters and claim she just started eating healthier, her critics aren’t satisfied.

“I wasn’t saying, ‘Hey everyone, why don’t you lose this weight in a short period of time?'” Kardashian said. “For me it was like, ‘Okay, Christian Bale can do it for a movie role and that’s acceptable.’ Even Renée Zellweger gained weight for a role. It’s all the same to me.”

A representative for Kardashian did not respond to The Post’s request for comment on the recently revived “people are dying” social media catchphrase originated by sister Kourtney in a classic “Keeping Up” episode, but critics of Twitter have many negative opinions to share on the subject.

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