Kim Kardashian 'liberates' herself with nude selfies

| Wednesday, March 9, 2016 - 09:38
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Kim Kardashian

Kim later took to Twitter to hit back at haters | Photo: IANS

Los Angeles: Despite the backlash over her recent nude selfie, reality TV star Kim Kardashian has posted another nude photograph online.
After posting the racy selfie on Monday, the 35-year-old star uploaded on Instagram another image of herself going completely naked, reports 
In the photograph, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star can be seen standing against a black background without any clothes covering her body. She put one of her arms across her assets and used the other one to cover her privates. 
Unlike in the previous nude image, Kim sported black hair in the new photograph, with the caption: "#liberated". 
Some of her followers praised her body, while others accused her of altering the image. 
"I ain't gonna lie she looks good," one of the commenters wrote, while another noted that "the photoshop of her waist is anatomically incorrect". 
Some celebrities like Chloe Moretz, Bette Midler and Ellen DeGeneres took to Twitter to share their comments on the controversial image.
However, several hours after Chloe said that Kim was supposed to teach young women that "we have so much more to offer than just our bodies", the 19-year-old actress clarified that she wasn't "sl*t-shaming" the mother of two. 
(Also Read: Kim again wants Kanye West to learn anger management)
"There's a huge difference in respecting the platform that you're given as a celebrity and 'sl*t shaming' something I never have done and would never do," she wrote on Twitter. 
Meanwhile, Kim took to Twitter to hit back at haters. 
"Sorry, I'm late to the party guys. I was busy cashing my 80 million video game check and transferring 53 million into our joint account," she wrote. 

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