Khloe Kardashian has revealed she's at a "breaking point" over the constant scrutiny of her appearance and love life in a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Speaking to Tristan Thompson, the father of her child who she has an on-again-off-again relationship with, Kardashian said she was done with the barrage of public opinion about her.
"My soul is at a breaking point in regards to the public thinking they're allowed to talk about my weight, my face, my personal life," she said.
"Actually, I don't want to hear this any more. I've always been incredibly open with this show and my life, but I just don't think I have it in me anymore. It's not healthy for my spirit," she continued.
Kardashian has been accused of debuting "shocking" changes to her face due to extensive plastic surgery, with fans claiming she's "unrecognisable" when compared to old photos.
"Khloe Kardashian is giving me MJ (Michael Jackson) vibes with her new work done on her face and lips. Her upper lip isn’t moving I swear," one recent tweet on the subject read.
"OMG, what the hell did Khloe Kardashian do to herself? I always thought she was the prettiest, but now she looks like a freak from all of the plastic surgery. What a damn mess!" said another.
Kardashian also seemingly addressed her critics in a series of inspirational quotes shared to her Instagram Story.
"Next time someone tries to put you down, remember that confidence is quiet but insecurity is loud," one post read.
"Remember you will never be criticized by someone who is doing more than you. You will only be criticized by someone who is doing less than you," another said.
Meanwhile, some are leaping to the reality television star's defence, including one TikTok creator called @Mackincasey who said it was "bullshit" to compare photos of Kardashian from over a decade ago with present-day images.
"That's like posting a picture of me when I was seven years old and now, and saying 'oh he's got to stop with the plastic surgery'."
Kardashian thanked the social media user for standing up for her, writing: "I don’t want anyone to kiss my ass. I’m not asking for that. But what I am asking for is for people to realize just what articles like this does to someone’s soul and confidence."
"I am so very grateful and appreciative of anyone who stands up to bullying or people writing storyies simply for clickbait," she continued.
"Defending someone, especially when we don’t know one another makes my heart happy. That’s the person I am. I like to defend what is right."