The reality TV star's 'changing face' has been one of the most discussed Kardashian-related topics in recent months. It all started when she shared a selfie in May 2020 with many people claiming they did not recognise her.
Following a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, viewers flocked to Twitter to comment on her appearance. Khloé then posted two quotes on her Instagram stories to her 135m followers, seemingly in response to the trolls.
"Next time someone tries to put you down, remember that confidence is quiet but insecurity is loud," read the first post.
The second post said: "Remember you will never be criticized by someone who is doing more than you. You will only be criticized by someone who is doing less than you."
In the most recent episode of the long-running reality show, Khloé spoke to Tristan Thompson about the public criticising her looks.
"My soul is at a breaking point in regards to the public thinking they're allowed to talk about my weight, my face, my personal life," she said as reported by Buzzfeed.
"Actually, I don't want to hear this any more.
"I've always been incredibly open with this show and my life, but I just don't think I have it in me anymore. It's not healthy for my spirit."
Tyla has contacted Khloé's reps for comment.
In other Khloé Kardashian news, we learnt that we have been saying her name wrong after all these years.
Andy Cohen declared last week during a TV interview, that the middle Kardashian sister's name is actually meant to go by a different pronunciation to what you may be expecting.
Announcing the Kris Jenner verified information as he appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Andy said that rather than 'Khlo-ee', she's really meant to be called 'Khlo-ay,' with an emphasis on the second syllable of her name.
"We've all been pronouncing her name wrong this whole time," he explained on the show. "It's Khlo-AY. Khlo-ay is the name.
"There's a little accent over the name."
Check it out below:
Real Housewives and Below Deck producer Andy said the pronunciation was confirmed to him when he met Khloé and the rest of the KUWTK clan recently.
"I walked in and I go, 'Khlo-ay', and the other women go 'Excuse me?' And Kris said, 'Yeah, that's actually really how it's pronounced.'"
He added: "There's a little thing on top of the name. Why am I the only one that got that one? I got the memo."
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