Khloe Kardashian Seemingly Comments On Odell Beckham Jr. Dating Rumors, But Makes A Bigger Point About Her Privacy

When isn't the Kardashian/Jenner family dealing with rumors? It's part of their daily lives. For example, on Tuesday, TMZ reported that Khloé Kardashian and Odell Beckham Jr. were spotted getting cozy. Of course, this led to many assuming that they were starting to date. Well, on Wednesday, Khloé Kardashian seemingly responded to the Odell Beckham Jr. rumors with a set of informative tweets. While the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was commenting on her personal life, her comments prove there is a much bigger factor involved aside from her pretty much confirming she and Beckham are not together.

Her first tweet read: "TWIMC [To Whom It May Concern]: Sorry to burst your bubble. When a couple drinks, a little flirting and an invasion of privacy collide things may look crazy." She then tweeted, "However...this ain't that and that ain't this."

Basically, it seems like the 31-year-old author is letting the world know that just because two people are hanging out that doesn't mean they are in a relationship. You can't believe everything you see and read, because unless you are there or in that person's shoes, then you don't really know the full story. In the world of Hollywood and celebrities, things aren't always what they seem, unless said celebrity is speaking for themselves about their own personal life.

But that's not the only important takeaway from Kardashian's tweet. She also mentioned that she experienced an "invasion of privacy," seemingly in reference to the photos released of herself and Beckham at Drake's Memorial Day party. It appears that the photos were taken by another partygoer and were then released to the public.

Privacy is hard to maintain when you're a celebrity, which both Kardashian (a reality star) and Beckham (a professional football player) know all too well. That said, just because someone is constantly in the limelight doesn't mean he or she deserves to have their privacy invaded. Granted, when you're at a huge party with fellow famous faces that's going to be hard to avoid, but it doesn't make it OK.

I'm sure when it comes to a private event, like Drake's party, Kardsahian goes in hoping that not every one of her moves or actions will be tracked. Again, yes, that comes with the life of a celebrity, but shouldn't there be some boundaries? The latter is a point I'm sure Kardashian is trying to get across and I think she did just that.

Put yourselves in their shoes and imagine what it's like to constantly be photographed, especially when you're just trying to go about your daily life. I know I would hate that. Kardashian has chosen and accepted to be reported and have her life filmed for her show, but she still gets to have the opinion of not having secret photos taken of her without her knowledge. So, next time you snap a photo of a celebrity at an airport, grocery shopping, or of them on vacation, think about whether or not you really should. Basically, let Kardashian guide you to do the right thing when it comes to not invading someone's privacy.