The world of celebrity is a fickle place at best. Its face changes more frequently than Lady Gaga switches meat knickers; while trends, names and fads move quicker than an oily bolus through the guts of a tape worm.
Khloe Kardashian, she of the family with more K’s than a klan rally, youngest of the famous-for-who-knows-what(?) sisters, is having to live in the shadow of Kim and Kourtney, although if current talk from the KKKKKK Kamp is correct, perhaps it’s them living in her shadow.
Khloe it seems is still coming to terms with her weight; and being in the media’s eye all the time (a position she and her family have put themselves in it must be said) is proving difficult for the youngest KK. She openly admitted to fans via her blog that she’s feeling the pinch (but no more than an inch) as her weight is still fluctuating, causing her some distress.
Her blog read: “I think my weight is my biggest lifetime struggle,” and the wife of NBA slam dunker Lamar Odom added, “It’s not the biggest thing in life but it does get you down sometimes.”
Clearly talking about her backside in that last part.
But Khloe has cottoned onto part of the solution, proven when she said, “My weight is always going up and down, I’m always fighting that and I feel that no matter what I do, I never look good enough to everybody else.”
“That’s been a struggle that I think I’ve gotten a hold of – not caring about what other people think. Now I just have my body to how I like it.”
Well that’s one option, or she could make a change in her lifestyle and opt for healthier living. Go to New York and enjoy a raw vegan retreat with a bit of yoga thrown in, see how you feel after a month of that Khloe. Saying, “I’m happy as I am” is usually an indication of a defeatist attitude, like people who say they’re too old for something moderately challenging; hoping for a magic pill to fix their ills instead of working at it.
Yes; society is insane when it comes to appearance, and you can bet your bottom dollar that most of the people slagging off fatties are fat themselves (like me), but that’s only because celebrities put themselves in prime position to be shot down with their often ridiculous talk, pointless drivel and stupid behaviour. Granted, not all celebs are bad, but the vast majority ruin it for the better ones.
The Kardashian’s are attention junkies, they love the fame and the lifestyle, so Khloe, despite your excellent support of PETA and their ongoing anti-fur campaign, please accept that the world you’ve chosen to live in will bring this kind of nonsense attention and you have to learn to deal with it not only for your own good, but for all those who look to you as a role model.
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