Khloe Kardashian Says That Her Family Told Her Once That She Was Too Fat For Their Brand

January 7, 2018 / Posted by:

It’s true, there is no honor amongst machine-molded inflato-dummies. Khloe Kardashian (one of the pregnant ones…the taller one…the one you wouldn’t want to meet in a dark alley…who am I kidding, I wouldn’t even want to meet their pets in a dark alley) is pimping the second season of her show Revenge Body, which sounds like what Glenn Close did to Michael Douglas in the original ending of Fatal Attraction.

UsWeekly reports that she told a castmate about the time that her family told her that she was too kurvy for their kind.

Khloe, who is six months pregnant with NBA player Tristan Thompson’s baby, revealed that her family told her to slim down so she wouldn’t mess with their brand. Hopefully Rob Kardashian offered her a place to hide out in his Lil’ Debbie wrapper-strewn depressing sock kingdom.

“I’m a huge believer of it’s not what you say, it’s how you say it,” the show host, who is six months pregnant with her and Tristan Thompson’s first child together, a baby boy, told a contestant on the series. Kardashian then recalled her family members telling her, “‘Khloe, you got to lose weight cause you’re really hurting the brand.’”

Khloe explained that she knew this was coming from the “my management side of my family” but that it still hurt. So, what’s she saying is that her mom-ager Kris Jenner basically told her that she was too fat to live. Got it.

Khloe’s personal brand is heavily based around her shedding some extra pounds, and she’s revealed in the past that it all started when her marriage to Lamar Odom tanked. Remember Lamar? He’s the dude who was found OD’ing in a brothel. Khloe says she worked off the stress of a Kardashian kollectible shattering at the gym.

“I never thought about the number [on the scale],” she told the magazine at the time. “When I started seeing that I could lose weight — because I just thought my body would never change — I started taking it more seriously and eating better.”

If my family told me I was too fat to be with them, well, that’s when you nix that family (as opposed to burning the house down). Easier said then done and I realize there’s millions involved with these freaks but that’s no family! Families are supposed to drive you crazy, and make you dread holidays, and laugh at you when you cry when your dad shaves his moustache after 15 years and you think he looks bizarre and scary with no facial hair (true story). But “your ass is too fat for you to be in my selfie” is a little out of line.


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