Khloé Kardashian posted a kind of apology to Facebook as to why she went after 19-year-old Chloe Grace Moretz on Twitter in the middle of the Kim/Kanye/Taylor Swift war.
“I’m the last person to bully but have an animal instinct to protect and defend my family,” Khloé with a K wrote about Chloe with a C.“Refrain from commenting on my family and OUR business (and I will do the same) Now I hope everyone has a magical Monday! May peace be with you all.”
Khloé had defended big sister Kim, taking to Twitter to rant, “Kim is a savage! Don't f*** with her man hunni.”
She later went after Chloe, who hopped into the ongoing feud with her own tweet about focusing on the real problems in the world instead of a Kanye West lyric that he may or may not have told Taylor about before releasing it. For some reason, Chloe with a C likes to take issue with Kim in particular, so Khloé went mama bear on her, tweeting, “Is this the a hole you're referring to @ChloeGMoretz ???” with a photo of a woman's exposed butt in a bikini.
Chloe later fact checked Khloé, pointing out that it wasn’t even her in the photo.
Khloé’s Facebook half-apology had some commenters angry that she was being a hypocrite—filming her life for the public, but getting angry when the public weighs in.
“Keep your business to yourself then. No need to post every little thing you all do over social networks and people wouldn't comment,” wrote Michael Francis.
“I share that sentiment strongly. Why blame the public when they're sharing everything on social media? Naked bodies and all…No sense of privacy , no boundaries and lots of times no self respect. They get what they set themselves up for. The people are only commenting on what's shared and made available to them. Khloe seems very angry, my favorite but letting me down with all this crap!” wrote Julie Prudent.
Meghan Fitzsimmons wrote, “sis i love you but you attempted to drag a 19 year old and you're 30 years old. I understand you standing up for your family but the whole thing seemed a bit immature to me.”
(Khloé is 32.)
Another woman wrote, “What you did was extremely classless. I have always loved you and how open you are and protective you are but that picture was rude and tasteless. Attacking a woman like that is shameful and an apology is definitely in order.”
This all stemmed from a fight between Kim, Kanye, and Taylor, when on Sunday night, Kim released video footage of a videotaped conversation between Kanye and Taylor on Snapchat, which allegedly showed the singer giving the rapper permission to use parts of the lyrics that made the final cut of his controversial The Life of Pablo song, Famous. There is no part of the video where Kanye informs Taylor he plans to refer to her as "that bitch" in the song, which is what Taylor is so upset about.
Meanwhile, the Republican National Convention starts today at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH. There Donald Trump will likely say something outrageous, bash Hillary Clinton, talk about his wall, and probably weigh in on the Kimye/Swift feud.