Kim Kardashian Freaks Over Paparazzi Bikini Photos, Gets Real About Body Shaming

Oct 07, 2017, 01:08
Kim Kardashian Freaks Over Paparazzi Bikini Photos, Gets Real About Body Shaming

Earlier this year, "unairbrushed" photos of Kim Kardashian wearing a bikini on a Mexican beach caused a stir, with many critics hitting out at the reality star for "heavily editing" other photos of herself. Yet within a rather short time, she starts worrying about the safety measures that have been ensured.

A week since receiving an apology letter from the alleged mastermind of the crime, Kim once again addressed her harrowing experience in the promo for this week's episode of #KeepingUpWithTheKardashians. The house is owned by Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis, who also happens to be a family friend of theirs.

However, Kim could have used the controversy to her advantage, in the process sending out an important message to people worldwide. Asked about the skill she most yearned for, Kim said, "To be able to do something with numbers". I'm already on high alert. I promise you it's safe.

The star claims the snaps were "photoshopped" and "sharpened", despite admitting she wasn't in "the best shape" whilst on the holiday.

She then continues: "I need to untag myself in everything. Like I literally don't look like this".

Speaking to the camera, she opens up about her struggle, saying: "Ever since Paris I just like go through this worst case scenario mode in my head".

The businesswoman added that she felt the group were "the biggest target ever,", before questioning whether she should have gone on vacation in the first place. "I'm good I just have anxiety". It was only a year ago when she was robbed and held at gunpoint in her hotel room in the city. What happened to her is traumatizing and terrifying.

Kim admitted, "I know this sounds insane, but I know that was meant to happen to me". So, in September, she sat in her stylist's chair twice-once for 12 hours to get the blonde color, and a second time for 5 hours to make the look just right.

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