Khloé Kardashian spent Thursday morning in NYC at the “amazing” launch of her new Good American performance line.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway spoke with the new mom at Six:02 Times Square, where she also addressed the feud between her sister Kim and model Tyson Beckford. Beckford ignited the war of words when he commented on a picture of Kim showing off her body in tight pants and a barely-there shirt, writing, “Sorry I don’t care for it personally, she is not real, doctor f**ked up on her right hip.”
Kim, who has always adamantly denied having plastic surgery, clapped back, saying, “Sis we all know why you don’t care for it,” which many took as homophobic.
Khloé commented, “I was with her when that was going on… what I hate is that people are saying that she is homophobic for that, but no one is saying that we shouldn’t also body shame women.”
She continued to defend Kim against the “ridiculous” charge that she is anti-gay, saying, "I don’t know if people are saying that about him, but I just know people are attacking Kim about being homophobic. She is anything but.”
When AJ pointed out that Khloé should have joined the conversation on social media, she explained, “I was asked not to jump in, 'cause I think that would have made it worse.”
Kardashian had just taken her first flight to the East Coast without baby True, admitting, “It's more torture on the mom.”
She also apologized to her sisters, who tried warning her about mommy guilt, saying, “Kourtney and Kim, I am so sorry for being such an a-s-s to you guys; mom guilt is real.”
Her performance line, made for women of all sizes, is echoing the rest of the clothing line! The 34-year-old said, “I love that we are able to project such positive imagery.”
For more on her line, visit GoodAmerican.com!