Khloe Kardashian once admitted that her mother told a family friend that the then-minor, aged about 9, should get a nose job.
Khloe also admitted that her mother called her fat, often, for her “own good.” Moreover, for the good of her career. And she did lose the weight, healthily, by eating right and hitting the gym.
The sisters and their lovers have also made many, many comments about each others’ weight; from postpartum weight to Rob’s issues that led to weight gain (although no one seems to comment on sister Kylie Jenner’s lips and whether she’s getting fillers at 17-years-old).
Now, an insider says it’s turned nasty and Kim thinks her sister is “fat.
The simmering feud boiled over at TAO nightclub in Las Vegas where older sis Kim was celebrating her 34th birthday on Oct. 24. …even though Khloé seems to have put on a dramatic amount of weight, she acted like she didn’t care.
“Khloé looked like she was having a blast, and wasn’t bothered at all that she put on weight,” said an insider. “What seemed to bother her was Kim’s constant griping about how much weight she wanted to lose and finally let her have it.
Khloé told Kim she was sick of her agonizing over her weight and that she’d never follow her example.
“I won’t starve like you,” she blasted her sister. “And Kim can give as good as she gets – she flat-out thinks Khloé is fat.” According to the insider, the two sisters are now barely speaking.
“Khloé didn’t even want to be at the birthday party but she was forced to go for their show, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”
According to friends, the 5-foot-9 reality star has put on about 25 pounds – ballooning from 165 to a scale-busting 190 pounds. And experts told The ENQUIRER that Khloé is fooling herself if she thinks it’s healthy carrying so much weight!
According to Los Angeles internist Dr. Damon Raskin, a specialist in the treatment of excess weight, who has not treated the star, “Khloé’s weight gain could be attributed to a number of medical reasons, a poor diet, lack of exercise or she may be depressed and using food as a comfort.” [via National Enquirer]