Kylie Jenner is clapping back at a body-shaming troll who said that her body looked better before she had her two-year-old daughter Stormi Webster. Many people are aware the celebrities spend a lot of time on their social media pages sharing bits about their life. They often post pictures and videos of themselves, their families, their children, and some like Kylie Jenner use social media platforms to promote their businesses. Celebrities don’t just use social media for themselves — sometimes they actually take part in discussions online and that’s what Kylie Jenner did when someone insulted her body!
The Instagram account Comments by Celebs keeps track of celebrities who leave comments on other people’s posts, typically about them. No one could have been more surprised to see Kylie Jenner popping up in the comment section of the fan page KylieSnapChat on Instagram.
A troll left a rude comment saying that Kylie looked better pre-pregnancy and Kylie defended herself by saying, “I birthed a baby!”
Now that the Coronavirus has people spending their days inside their homes, more celebrities are interacting online whether they are streaming more, playing concerts or talking with fans, or just interacting in comment sections as Kylie Jenner did.
You may see the comments that Kylie Jenner made where she clapped back at a body-shaming troll below.
The Kardashians and Jenners, like many female celebrities, can’t seem to get away from trolls who pick apart every inch of their bodies and judge them for having too much weight or too many curves. Just this week, Kourtney Kardashian turned to Instagram live where she discussed people thinking she was pregnant in one of her photos.
Khloe Kardashian always finds herself intensely scrutinized on social media for her appearance. Khloe is either too big or too small and for months, many people were discussing whether she had plastic surgery on her nose and if she was going overboard with fillers in her lips.
What do you think about Kylie Jenner’s comments in regards to her changing body shape due to pregnancy? Do you think women are too hard on each other and should stop being so judgmental?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Florida.