Kim Kardashian has something to say about the many people who didn’t hesitate to be harsher to her after her split from Kanye West went public.
According to US Weekly, Kardashian shared that she wasn’t the biggest fan of how people relentlessly criticized her outfit choices post-Kanye West, especially since she’s opened up about how insecure she felt about herself now that West wasn’t styling her every outfit.
“When it comes to my style, I’ve always had Kanye there as a crutch to teach me so much about fashion,” the 42-year-old celebrity said on season 1 of The Kardashians. “Having [him] not be there as my crutch to guide me has really forced me to figure it out on my own.”
Flash forward to season 2, Kardashian finally addressed Kanye West‘s fans’ criticism of her style, and it’s clear she’s skipping the pleasantries.
How Kim Kardashian feels about Kanye West’s fans
On the latest episode of The Kardashians season 2, Kim Kardashian voiced that she feels that some of Kanye West’s fans tend to be wishy-washy about how they feel about her. So much so that she thinks these fans, in particular, can be a bit fake.
“Let me just say one thing about the flame outfit that everyone wants to talk about,” Kardashian expressed. “On the internet [people] destroyed me and were like, ‘This is what she gets not being with Kanye. Finally, one look she dresses herself and Kanye’s outfits must have run out.’ The tea is this was one of the outfits that he styled and picked out.”
Kardashian continued, “So, if you guys knew that and if we were together, you guys would think it was the coolest outfit in the world. Everyone is so f**king fickle.”
Since then, Kardashian has made it a point to let the world know that she knows how to dress herself according to what she likes or what she thinks is stylish for the day. From her all-black lace bodysuit to her gorgeous diamond-encrusted dress, Kardashian is still turning heads on the red carpet, and we couldn’t be any more proud.
“I do know what looks good on me,” Kardashian concluded after finding her confidence in season 1. “I know exactly what I like and I know exactly what I want, so, sometimes, I just have to drown out all of the voices of people telling me what they like or what I should be wearing, and just go with what I like.”
Going forward, it’s probably best for the so-called “fickle” fans to refrain from finding flaws in the fashion mogul’s outfits.