If you have missed it, let me tell you -- last night Twitter was all about our curvy diva Kim Kardashian.
After two days, when we thought the fire that blew with contour queen's 'nothing to wear' nude picture had finally settled down, Kim comes back with full force giving tough answers to body shamers.
While many celebrities including Miley Cyrus supported Kim for loving her body and posting pictures on social media, Bette Midler, Piers Morgan and Chloe Grace Mortez clearly expressed their discontent.
Here are their Not-so-happy sarcastic tweets on 35-year-old American reality star.
Kim Kardashian tweeted a nude selfie today. If Kim wants us to see a part of her we've never seen,— Bette Midler (@BetteMidler) March 7, 2016
she's gonna have to swallow the camera.
Though the fragrance line owner doesn't usually get into Twitter rants and name calling, this time ( maybe she got inspired from Kanye West) she didn't bother, and answered all those who raised questions on her picture. See what Kim has to say to all three of them.
Not only this, The Keepinng up with the Kardashians star again posted a nude picture of hers shutting the mouth of all the shaming people in her life.
After all the Twitter fire calmed down, Kim posted a kind of open letter on her personal blog wishing everyone 'Happy Women's Day' and, elaborating her tweets just to explain that, "You be you and let me be me."
Here is what she wrote :
Hey, guys. I wanted to write a post elaborating on my tweets last night. In all seriousness, I never understand why people get so bothered by what other people choose to do with their lives.
I don't do drugs, I hardly drink, I've never committed a crime—and yet I'm a bad role model for being proud of my body?
It always seems to come back around to my sex tape. Yes, a sex tape that was made 13 years ago. 13 YEARS AGO. Literally that lonnng ago. And people still want to talk about it?!?!
I lived through the embarrassment and fear, and decided to say who cares, do better, move on. I shouldn't have to constantly be on the defense, listing off my accomplishments just to prove that I am more than something that happened 13 years ago.
Let's move on, already. I have.
I am empowered by my body. I am empowered by my sexuality. I am empowered by feeling comfortable in my skin. I am empowered by showing the world my flaws and not being afraid of what anyone is going to say about me. And I hope that through this platform I have been given, I can encourage the same empowerment for girls and women all over the world.
I am empowered by my husband, who is so accepting and supportive and who has given me a newfound confidence in myself. He allows me to be me and loves me unconditionally.
I feel so lucky to have grown up surrounded by strong, driven, independent women. The life lessons I've learned from my sisters, my mother and my grandmother, I will pass along to my daughter. I want her to be proud of who she is. I want her to be comfortable in her body. I don't want her to grow up in a world where she is made to feel less-than for embracing everything it means to be a woman.
It's 2016. The body-shaming and slut-shaming—it's like, enough is enough. I will not live my life dictated by the issues you have with my sexuality. You be you and let me be me.
I am a mother. I am a wife, a sister, a daughter, an entrepreneur and I am allowed to be sexy.