Khloe Kardashian says online trolling is “increasing” as she details her struggles with criticism

Reality star Khloe Kardashian says it’s easier to get trolled these days as critics have access to many social media apps compared to when she first rose to fame in 2007

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Khloe Kardashian says online trolling is “amplified” in this modern age as she opened up to criticism and the impact it is having on her mental health.

The 37-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star revealed all in a new interview ahead of the family’s new show, which dropped on Hulu today.

The mother-of-one has been in the public eye since KUWTK hit screens in 2007. And she says it’s a lot easier for haters to troll her these days since it’s more accessible.

“I think especially when we started[the show]it was like MySpace, there wasn’t a lot and Facebook of course, but there wasn’t like Instagram or Twitter,” Khloe told radio star Kent ‘Smallzy’ Andrew on his podcast Smallzy’s Celebrity small talk

Khloe Kardashian says online trolling is ‘boosted’



She continued, “Being on TV before all this is so different than it is now. How amplified people’s voices are [and their] Criticism is… it’s very overwhelming.

The TV star concluded: “There’s a lot more fear involved now. And it takes a toll on your mental health, good or bad.”

Khloe has had to fight back multiple times online due to evil trolls.

The Kardashians are available to stream today – and fans are dying to catch the latest episodes in the famous family’s life after being absent from TV screens since last June.

She is starring in the family’s new series


Khloé Kardashian/Instagram)

The KarJenners announced in 2020 that they were ending their iconic reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians after more than 20 seasons and 14 years on the air.

The famous family has signed a massive new deal with Hulu and teased details about what viewers can expect when the new show premieres, but TV critics across the pond are already disappointed in their efforts.

In a scathing shot, Daniel D’Addario from diversity said the show is “being held back” because it’s “obsessed with the past.”

He said the new show had “little” new information or gossip about the KarJenners and complained that Kim’s performance on the new show was “muted.”

Khloe Kardashian and daughter True



Lovia Gyarkye out The Hollywood Reporter had a similarly scathing take on the first two episodes of the new reality show, saying it was a “disappointment” with a lack of “shock value.”

Labeling it “aggressively” boring, she said the show felt like an “experiment in marketing, selling viewers an unattainable aesthetic and lifestyle,” and complained that the family constantly flaunted their “staggering wealth.”

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