We all know "Revenge Body" host Khloe Kardashian is FAR from being a body-positive icon. She constantly fat shames herself and posts frequently about missing her body pre-pregnancy, which has already rubbed plenty of fans the wrong way. 

But while her pregnancy has given us some slivers of body positivity from the mama-to-be, Kardashian's latest blog post on her app may be her worst body-shaming offense yet: In fact, it enforces the idea that thinness is way more important than loving your body at any size and totally contradicts all of Good American's brand messaging.

Over the weekend, Kardashian shared her latest blog post via her app, which is titled, "5 Hacks to Look Thin AF in Photos."

The "hacks" include only allowing photographers to shoot from above because "it's the only flattering angle," never wearing horizontal stripes or prints "if you plan on being within a mile of a camera," and "making your arms and shoulders werk."

These aren't even good hacks! Girl, did you not have a Myspace? 

What's more insidious, however, is that although she sends a message of body positivity via her Good American brand, she's not promoting that rhetoric herself.

Actress Jameela Jamil reposted Kardashian's post on Twitter, slamming the star for promoting low self-esteem. She even advised girls not to follow her.

"Don’t concentrate on school or work or achievements or your kids or your friendships or love," Jamil wrote.

"Just make *sure* you look 'THIN AF' in your edited Instagram pictures girls!" she continued.

Megan Crabbe, aka @bodyposipanda, took no prisoners.

She even came up with her own tips,"5 Hacks to Not Giving AF About Looking Thin in Your Pics." Her "hacks" include knowing that pictures are Photoshopped, reminding yourself that your body doesn't exist for anyone's viewing pleasure, and wearing "whatever the fuck you want." 

AMEN to that.

Grace F. Victory put it most simply: "Fuck off."

She also stood up to those who tried to defend Kardashian.

Twitter also suggested that Kardashian use her massive platform for body positivity, instead of claiming thinness is synonymous with beauty.

Loving yourself as you are is more important than looking "Thin AF."


This obsession with thinness is particularly disheartening coming from someone who's been body shamed in the past.

Khloe Kardashian body-shamed
photo: Splash

Kardashian has opened up before about having her body be compared to her sisters' bodies, teachers fat shaming her, and dealing with her own family slamming her weight.

Kardashian hasn't responded to the criticism yet.

She also hasn't taken down the post yet. Personally, I'm not holding my breath.

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