The Keeping Up With the Kardashians reality star Khloe Kardashian denies the liposuction buzz surrounding her. She is seriously not here for two things first is a gym punching bag and another is her haters. Khloe bashes the rumors that she had undergone liposuction in a Twitter rebuttal few days ago. She felt disgusted about the rumor and considered it a compliment as she has been accused of getting done her liposuction.
She clarified that she works out five days in a week to bust off her ass. The 30-year old reality star also wrote that “Yes this is documented by the paparazzi. I’m assuming if I’ve had any sort of surgery then I would need 6-8 weeks off for any intense workout.”
Kardashian really hits the gym on a routine basis. In April 2015, she showed off her booty while using the two 25-pound weight for doing squats. Previous month, she also revealed her tiny figure in her gym selfie. This really shows the results of her waist training.
Her tweet went out: “Why is it so hard to give credit where credits due? I work my ass off in the gym. Again maybe I should be flattered?!?! Hummmmm,” she added Tuesday. “By the way…. I’m sending this tweet from the gym! Hi hater!!!”
The buzz surrounding Khole’s recent weight loss was the result of liposuction brought her to take it through twitter. According to the star, her hard work and exercise helped her achieve toned body. After the buzz caught wind, some people accused her for going under the knife for losing few pounds. The 30-year old fired back and denied these rumors on her Twitter handle.
The recent rant around Kardashian comes only one week after her elder sister Kim Kardashian slammed about her own rumors. The reality star Kim wrote on Twitter this month as: “Can’t wait till my website is active!”. Kim is expecting her second baby with her husband the rap singer Kanye West. The couple was previously blessed with a baby girl North West. Further she wrote “I’m gonna do live video streaming so every time someone talks s—t I can go blast the f—k outta them.”
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