Khloe Kardashian is getting worn down from her social media.
During the second episode of The Kardashians aired on Hulu on April 21, Khloe, 37, reacted to users on Twitter who were watching the show—replying to one fan who brought up the constant negativity she is subjected to from the paparazzi as well as social media.
“It sucks but I understand it’s part of the game but some things get so mean and so heavy and it feels like it never gets lighter,” the reality TV star tweeted after the episode’s midnight release.
“Only heavier and heavier. COVID also made me super anxious in general.”
Khloe along with her sister, Kim has recently made headlines for their recent outing to Disneyland.
The outing was posted to their picture-perfect Instagrams to celebrate Khloé’s daughter True’s fourth birthday, with Kim’s youngest daughter Chicago, and their brother Rob Kardashian’s daughter, Dream, among the family kids who joined the party.
In one clip, Kim told Chicago and Dream to say “hi” as they rode on Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and she and Khloé also filmed each other on the spinning teacups and the It’s a Small World ride.
And while the photos and videos make it seem the day was absolutely perfect — other guests at Disney park in California had a different view on the public outing.
Rachael Kevin, a fellow mom, uploaded a video to TikTok that revealed that Kim and Khloe had not only skipped the line but also made guests wait so that they could have the ride to themselves.
@shesbrewing Thanks a lot @Kim Kardashian #disneyland #madteaparty #kardashians #kimandkourtney ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey
Many of those who were waiting in the lengthy line for the Mad Tea Party to ride can be heard saying the situation was “ridiculous” and commenting about them riding alone. The clip has since gone viral.
Many were upset over the incident. One user shared: “When the Kardashians cut the line, get the ride to themselves, and make us common folk wait and watch them… typical.”
While another commented: “Wow, that’s not cool. Talk about privileges.”
Followed by: “Why can’t they do what Cardi did? She had security ride so everyone else could too.” While someone else asked: “Don’t they feel awkward with people just waiting while they spin in lil tea cups lol”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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