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Khloe Kardashian Fires Back At Media For Saying She's 'Too Skinny'

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For the past year, Khloe Kardashian has been on the grind working on her "revenge body." And the results are showing.

The 32-year-old reality TV star has been sporting a svelte figure that even sister Kim Kardashian is envious of.

"I saw her naked two days ago changing," Kim told People. "And I was, 'Oh, my God. You are my body icon.' She's never been more on fire."

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But now, certain media outlets are skinny-shaming KoKo, saying she is "scary" thin.

"Too Far! Khloe Kardashian Caught Looking SCARY SKINNY In A Strapless Jumpsuit!" reads an Ok! Magazine headline.

"WASTING AWAY: Khloe Kardashian Looks Scary Skinny After Extreme Weight Loss – Is She Okay?" writes Radar Online.

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But of course, the former Complex cover star, wasn't having any of it.

"I need to remember the date today!! Never would I have ever thought I would be in the media for being "too skinny". What on earth?!?!" she wrote on Twitter. "First I'm too fat and now I'm too skinny. I love this game!!"

And it's true Khloe can't seem to catch a break — prior to her weight loss, she was often referred to as the "fat" sister by media, which she says, eventually made her stronger.

"It's so funny because I didn't think I was that sister," she told E! Online last November. "I didn't think I was the fat sister until people would call me that. And I was like, ‘Am I?' Like I just didn't really think of myself as being fat."

She continued, "It did make me strong for sure and being able to endure that stuff but it also makes me realize how like f--ked up people are... But I'm proud of myself that I didn't and I'm able to walk away and actually say it made me stronger."

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