Khloe Kardashian sparked controversy when she posted photos of her working out only one month after giving birth. Fans were concerned that she started working out tooÂ soon after delivering her first child, Truth.Â Chrissy TeigenÂ was also a target awhile for going on a date with her husband only 10 days after giving birth. Some fans say people need to mind their own business when it comes to a stranger’s parenting habits. But haters say it’s all fair game–that’s the life of a celebrity. Deal with it.Â What do you think?
KhloeÂ released a statementÂ addressing the people that say she focuses to much on her body.
“What I’m annoyed about is I’ve read a couple of times on Twitter that they feel that I’m focusing too much on my body, but the truth is, I’ve worked out five or six days a week before I got pregnant and that’s my sanctuary and something I love to do,” Kardashian continued. “I want to start doing that now and get back to my rhythm and in between feedings I want to find time to work out because that’s going to be my new normal.”Â
Some fans are defending the new mom.
So you criticize her, her whole life because she’s “fat” or “overweight” but, when she changes and works out, begins to enjoy exercising, you criticize her because she’s “too focused” on her fitness? This worlds standards need to change like, yesterday @khloekardashian
— Hannah [?] Bear (@HypedUpDolxn) May 23, 2018
Idiots @khloekardashian works out with the baby right be next to her. There are women that couldn’t care less about gaining weight after pregnancy and that if great too. If Khloe went that way people would be making fun of her being the “fat one” Do what you want You can’t win.
— Julie Changs #1 Fan (@TrulyJulieRokks) May 22, 2018
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