Khloe Kardashian claims it's 'despicable' to 'criticize' someone until they 'break' after fans slam her 'new face'

KHLOE Kardashian claimed it is "despicable" to "criticize" someone until they "break."

All this comes as fans have continued to rip the reality star for her "new face and lips" in her latest photos.

The 36-year-old took to Twitter to post her thoughts on recent docs shining a light on certain figures – which may have been triggered by Britney Spears' documentary Framing Britney Spears.

She wrote: "So sad that after documentaries are made or that person is sadly gone, the guilt is felt by the ones doing the breaking.

"But not a second sooner does one think to change their ways. & you wonder why others go crazy. I don’t. You won’t let up until someone breaks. It’s despicable."

The pop star's doc takes a long at her rise to fame and all the obstacles she has faced, including her public breakdown.

However, Khloe's tweet also comes as her "unrecognizable" face has been ripped left and right.

In a new partnership video with beauty service IPSY, Khloe shocked viewers with her "new look."

One person wrote: "So no one from khloe’s team cared to tell her that she has botched lips before she started shooting an ad??”

Another added it’s “truly sad” to see all of Khloe’s facial changes and compared it to Lil Kim’s changing face over the years from surgeries.

This is not the first time that the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's look has been criticized, as she has also been accused of photoshopping her snaps.

Khloe was looking very slim in some recent photos, however, she would answer those photoshop accusations, claiming, "It’s just the lens guys! LOL but some of these stories are really reaching."

She added: "And personally I think this camera lens is so f*g cool. It gives the photo a different vibe and not the same old visual I always see.

"Either way, I’m happy with them."

Despite her explanation, Khloe – who shares 2-year-old daughter, True, with Tristan Thompson – still felt the heat from some trolls.

One wrote: "I'm not sure who has edited this image but I understand the angle they wanted to try but sweetie this isn't it."

Another chimed in: "It's all fake. That’s the look you get when you photoshop to look good."

Back in 2020, the mother of one told Elle magazine how she handles those that come after her looks.

She explained: "At first, [mean comments] would definitely bug me, and I'm like, 'what in the world?

"I would never take my time to shame someone or be negative. I only comment nice and positive things.

"At first, I would let stuff like that affect me. And now I really don't care."

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