Kim Kardashian faced backlash from fans after revealing she has no food in her fridge and that it only contains water and milk.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, 39, gave fans a glimpse inside her house as she took to Instagram on Tuesday while showing off her new shaping underwear collection for Skims.
But the post wasn’t as exciting as fans had anticipated, with Kim opening her fridge door to reveal just milk and water inside, with no food in sight.
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Fans of the star were left completely baffled, with one user writing: “Not sure how this reflects a normal family of six? You have children but no food?”
A second added: “How do you have literally no food in here? What do you eat?”
While a third wrote: “Kim Kardashian has nothing but milk in her fridge… how?”
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The post comes after Kim faced even more backlash earlier this week when fans claimed she hadn’t donated to the recent devastating bushfires in Australia.
The mother-of-four took to Twitter to hit back at a hater who said: "nothing gets me more heated than to see the Kardashians/Jenners talk about climate change/wildfires & not donate even a penny." [sic] – a tweet that has since been deleted.
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Kim, who was previously slammed by the public for tweeting about climate change, immediately jumped at the chance to set the record straight as she replied saying: "nothing gets me more heated than to see people think they know what we donated to and to think we have to publicize everything". [sic]
While some praised Kim for speaking out, others couldn't help but point out that the Kardashian clan publicise every other aspect of their lives as one person wrote: "Y’all publicize everything else so why not this". [sic]
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Another said: "Nothing gets me more heated than the hypocrisy of the social media famous who love to flaunt their wealth daily and then are condescending and use scripture to shame those who criticize them for not using that immense platform to help anyone in Australia." [sic]
And a third added: "You literally already do. Almost a good portion of your life was a reality tv show, but it’s not about that. It’s really not how much you donate it’s that you do to make the whole world know about a global issue. It’s about using your platform to get attention to raise awareness".
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