Khloé Makes A Solid Point About Internet Trolls

Ever since I started watching Keeping Up With The Kardashians, I knew I liked Khloé Kardashian the most. She was the sister who felt the most pressure for her looks in earlier seasons, bu she remained body positive and strong in the seasons to come. Essentially, Khloé Kardashian has never taken anyones trash talking (not even her family's), and she surely is not going to let Internet bullies bring her down. After negative comments on her Instagram in regards to her body-positive "belfie" (butt selfie, of course) and questions about whether she passed off store bought Thanksgiving pies as homemade (seriously), Kardashian posted a Twitter rant urging bullies and fans to uplift themselves and stop the hating. And she is 100 percent right.

Being as exposed as the Kardashians are, they are in the position of being as available to their millions of fans as they are to the equally millions of haters, and well, Kardashian is not going to take it anymore. A few months ago, she spoke out about being proud of her body by posting her un-retouched photo from her Complex shoot. The 31-year-old doesn't have to defend herself, but it is a sad reality for her that she feels like she needs to, and I appreciate women like her who stand up in the face of being bullied over their bodies.

And the fact that she would even be harassed about Thanksgiving pies just proves the insanity of what the Kardashians have to deal with everyday.

Granted, with great power comes great responsibility, so Kim and Kourtney's little sister is not backing down in her latest rant and making her stance known. Her first tweet read, "Petty motherf*ckers! I have real sh*t going on in my life. Try not to choke on my n*ts. You're sucking them pretty hard."

She continued:

In other words, if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all. Sounds like a good way to live, doesn't it?