Khloe Kardashian slammed for using hundreds of balloons 'harmful' to the planet at daughter True's 3rd birthday party
KHLOE Kardashian has been slammed for using hundreds of balloons that are "harmful" to the planet at True's third birthday party.
The KUWTK star, 36, faced a slew of backlash from fans after sharing photos from the party, in which Kylie Jenner's house was decked out with masses and masses of plastic balloons.
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The balloons, ranging in size, shape and color, filled the entryway and stairs of Kylie's house, as well as surrounding the tables and bouncy castle outside.
Khloe's environmentally-conscious critics called her out for creating so much "waste" from one party, in comments first spotted by vlogger Without A Crystal Ball.
"Ugh, these balloons that will be on this planet longer than you, me or her," one horrified fan wrote.
"The amount of waste generated from these balloons hurts my soul," another added.
A third asked: "Do you and other celebrities ever think how much of this excess ends up in the landfills?
"How much water was reqyired for your boo to flood your entryway with thousands of flowers? How much food waste goes into these elaborate parties where no one really eats?"
Khloe welcomed True in 2018 with basketball ace Tristan Thompson.
They split in 2019 after the NBA star cheated on her with multiple women but reunited last year during the pandemic.
The couple have been making embryos in preparation for having a second child and have sparked rumors that they're engaged.
Khloe has been the center of media attention since last week after an unedited photo of her bikini body was leaked onto social media.
The TV personality's PR and legal teams went on a rampage to "scrub" the photo from the internet, to no avail.
Khloe later came out to share her truth about the image, as she pleaded with her fans to understand the turmoil she's experienced over the years.
Posing topless to show off her "unretouched" and "unfiltered" body, she revealed she has "struggled with body image her whole life".
“When someone takes a photo of you that isn’t flattering in bad lighting or doesn’t capture your body the way it is after working so hard to get it to this point," the mother-of-one penned.
"And then shares it to the world – you should have every right to ask for it to not be shared – regardless of who you are.
“In truth, the pressure, constant ridicule and judgement my entire life to be perfect and to meet other’s standards of how I should look has been too much to bear."
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