Twitter was left buzzing after a user pointed out Khloe Kardashian's "I don't care sorta look" when Halle Berry received the People's Icon honor on Tuesday at the People's Choice Awards. But now, Khloe is taking back the mic and clearing the air. Here's what she had to say.
Khlo made her way to Santa Monica's historic Barker Hanger venue for this year's People's Choice Awards. The reality television icon accompanied sister and Certified Fashion Icon Kim, and the duo picked up plenty of awards on behalf of the whole Kardashian fam. The appearance comes amid reports that Khloe's ex, NBA star Tristan Thompson, just welcomed his third child - a baby conceived while he and Kardashian were still an item. And so when some Twitter users started tearing her apart for her "I don't care," look over Halle Berry, the Good American founder reminded people she's only human.
Khloe took to Twitter and made one thing clear: she has nothing but respect for Halle Berry. "That's disappointing my face gave that expression," Kardashian wrote. "Halle Berry is such a force. Absolutely Stunning and beyond talented." The 37-year-old then reminded fans that, not surprisingly, she's not feeling her best right now. While Kardashian and Thompson showed a united front back in June, plenty has changed since then, and it's taken its toll on Khlo. "Tbh I'm barely in my own body right now," she continued. "Please don't read into anything. Also please don't tear me apart because you assumed something."
Of course, Kardashian's ride-or-die fans also took to social media to defend their sweetheart. And one lucky user, who apologized to Khloe that she had to "read such nasty tweets," got a response from the gal herself. "I love you," True's mom responded. "Thank you for always being so sweet. I am going to log off of Twitter on a positive note. That is your sweet and genuine tweet muah."