Earlier this morning, Kourtney Kardashian posted a photo of herself by the pool in a super hot summer fit—unbuttoned cow-print top, amber bikini and sunnies—with the caption including the cow emoji.
It’s a super hawt look and something we can all turn to for inspo come next summer. But in the comments section of the post, one fan assumed she was pregnant, commenting “SHE’S PREGNANT.” Minutes later Kourtney shut down the rumour in the sweetest way possible.
“This is me when I have a few extra pounds on, and I actually love it,” Kourtney told the fan and anyone who believed the rumours. “I have given birth three amazing times and this is the shape of my body.”
Khloé Kardashian on the other hand has had it with baby rumours about her circulating the internet. According to Bossip, fans claimed that Khloé was pregnant with the father of her first child True, Tristan Thompson, who previously cheated on her with KUWTK star and family member Kylie Jenner’s former pal Jordyn Woods.
People on Twitter were then accusing, Khloé of being a 'hypocrite' at best and, as Bossip is calling it, the "Mayor of Boo Boo The Foolville". Either way, it's no one's business but her's.
And Khloé was NOT having it. She took to a boss Twitter thread to clap back at her haters, explaining how tired she is of these kinds of rumours.
“I don’t go on social platforms much these days AND this is one of the main reasons as to why I stay away,” she tweeted. “The sick and hurtful things people say. I am disgusted by so many things I am seeing. SMH people swear they know everything about me. Including my uterus. Sick.”
“The nasty things you’re saying about me over A RUMOR! I have seen so many hurtful/despicable stories and tweets about me over a false story. And if it were true.... it’s MY LIFE, NOT YOURS.”
Preach girl, preach!!!
“Funny how picky [and] choosy some can be with who and how you feel others should live their lives. I believe people should focus on their own lives/families, put energy into bettering the scary world we are currently living in, and try projecting positivity as opposed to nastiness.”