Khloe Kardashian Bullied By Perez Hilton [VIDEO]
UPDATE: After reaching out to Perez Hilton this morning, we’ve learned he’s spoken to Khloe and the two are on good terms.
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Khloe Kardashian isn’t bashful to point out that she is different from her sisters; she’s irreverent, loud, and about seven inches taller than her older siblings Kourtney and Kim. However, Khloe admits to hesitation when it comes to addressing a particular view point in regards to her physical “differences” from her sisters.
Dubbed by Perez Hilton in the past as “trannylicious,” a “fame-whore,” and a “Chyna look-a-like,” Khloe Kardashian has maliciously been targeted as the less fortunate Kardashian sister. As the youngest of the trio, Khloe has admitted she’s had to deal with growing up with older sisters who repeatedly are complimented as “gorgeous,” “beautiful,” and curvaceous.” Yet, such characteristics which Khloe attains as well are commonly unseen by the tabloids. However, contrary to what Perez Hilton and other outlets may dish out, Khloe remains confident and acts not only as an aid to those whom may suffer from similar bullying, but as an aid to her own defense as well.
When presented with the offer to make an “It Gets Better” video in light of the recent bullying issues, ironically by Perez Hilton himself, Khloe not only took the opportunity up to address her willingness and support to help others, but admitted to the bullying she’s endured herself as well. What viewers anticipated would be another speak-out video similar to those of Adam Lambert’s, Rob Thomas’, and other celebrities, was in turn Khloe’s own chance to stand up for herself against “her biggest bully”–that being, Mr. Hilton himself.
Khloe bravely addressed Perez’s hurtful blog post and labels which he frequented to her name in the past via his website PerezHilton.com and although she was deeply affected by such hurtful words, stood classy (and tall!) to Perez. Khloe offered she has faith he is a kind guy after all and even further acknowledged her characteristic of offering people second and even third chances.
What do you think? Do you think Perez deserves a second chance or are his remarks too hurtful to be forgotten?