PIERS Morgan has slammed Khloe Kardashian as “talentless” and “hypocritical” for causing hysteria over her leaked unedited bikini photo.
The English broadcaster left no stone unturned as he left a scathing commentary on the Kardashian image problem.
Piers has labeled the Kardashians as ‘talentless’ and ‘hypocritical’[/caption]
The news correspondent expressed how the unedited picture “lays bare how her family have built a cynical multi-billion dollar empire from the exploitation of fake views.”
“The photo of Khloé Kardashian in a leopard print bikini that’s gone viral this week is truly jaw-dropping,” he stated.
“Because it’s real. No filters, no airbrushing, little make-up, hair scraped back in a ponytail – just a picture of how Ms Kardashian actually looks.”
Khloe has perfected her social media image[/caption]
Though Piers himself believed the image to be “refreshingly normal,” he claimed that the leak was “utterly horrifying” to the reality star, who works tirelessly to maintain a perfect public image.
Khloe‘s photo surfaced earlier this week and shocked the world as she posed poolside in a cheetah-print bikini without filters, editing, or carefully manipulated lighting.
The Good American founder’s team went on an all-out scramble to remove any trace of the image, but to no avail as it had already taken the internet by storm.
The picture was captured by the celebrity’s grandmother MJ and accidentally shared by an assistant, who Piers fears “may now be resting in concrete under LA’s 405 freeway.”
An assistant accidentally leaked the natural photo[/caption]
Piers believes the family’s ‘scam’ of perfection to be ‘blown’[/caption]
After three weeks of steady, fully-edited bikini posts, the journalist believes that with one “genuine” photo, the “scam’s been blown.”
A flutter of “PRs, agents, managers and lawyers” lept into action for its removal, and several threatening statements emerged from the Kardashian teams.
“We are counsel for Mary Jo ‘MJ’ Shannon. Copies of a photograph, captured by our client, which captures her family member Khloé Kardashian in a private location (wearing a leopard print bikini), have been unlawfully posted online, without authorization,” one wrote menacingly.
Tracy Romulus, chief marketing officer for KKW Brands, defended their action in her own statement: “The color edited photo was taken of Khloé during a private family gathering and posted to social media without permission by mistake by an assistant.
The British broadcaster called the Kardashian’s ‘fame-hungry’ and ‘greedy’[/caption]
He said their ‘false impression’ is ‘astoundingly deluded’[/caption]
“Khloé looks beautiful but it is within the right of the copyright owner to not want an image not intended to be published taken down,” which Piers claimed to expose a “ridiculous hypocrisy.”
“As I’ve said many times, they’re a bunch of talentless fame-hungry greedy and hypocritical wastrels who want to have their celebrity cake and eat it,” he scourged.
The controversial writer further slammed Khloe and her die-hard fans for clapping back at criticism, as he asked rhetorically: “Faking pictures to create a false impression is ‘nobody else’s business’ and ‘nobody else should care’?
“This is just astoundingly deluded, isn’t it?”
Piers expressed distaste in the family ‘fakery’[/caption]
He shared concern over Khloe’s followers ‘mental issues’[/caption]
Piers concluded that the “fakery matters” because of the unrealistic expectations that are set for “impressionable” young girls, leading to mind and body-altering severities.
Not to mention “huge mental health issues including anxiety, depression and worse.”
The TV personality also referenced “Meghan Markle‘s ‘my truth’ mindset,” which he says is “believe what I say, even if it’s untrue, and only write and say good things about me, however hypocritical I’m being.”
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Piers sparked major controversy earlier this week when he refused to believe Meghan Markle’s comments in her Oprah interview, leading to his decision to quit Good Morning Britain.
“In the end, I was required to apologise for disbelieving Meghan Markle, who I don’t believe – and I believe, which is ironic, that you should not believe somebody if you don’t want to.”