So when she posted a link to her app, titled, "5 hacks to look thin AF in pics," many of her fans were highly disappointed in her.
“For somebody who promotes body confidence (and you do so very well), this is disappointing,” one fan said.
“Why don’t you try and use your platform to encourage people to be themselves?” said another. “I don’t agree with ‘5 hacks to look thin AF in pics’, everyone is beautiful in their own people. People don’t need to look thin just for Instagram. I really like you as a person Khloé but don’t like this.”
Khloe has always been open about her struggles with weight, however when it comes to body positivity, it's important not to make out that being thin is the top priority.
And it wasn't just fans who were upset with the post. The Good Place star Jameela Jamil, who has been campaigning for body-confidence recently, reposted Khloe's Instagram story to call her out.
"WTF Khloe? girls keep sending me this screen shot and saying it’s making them feel bad. Unfollow ANYONE who stirs low self esteem in you. Make Instagram a safe space for yourself rather than a trap of pointless poison," she wrote.
It hasn't been the greatest week for Khloe either, only just being called out for making light of the mental illness 'OCD'.