Sam Robeson - March 1, 2018
Revenge Body is a reality show in which one fat person tells other fat people how fat they are. And nobody knows more about being fat than Beast Kardashian, who sits down with the fame-hungry schlubs to dispense advice on dieting, exercise, mental health, and overall mindfulness. The segment on getting back alley liposuction while wishing that anyone would love you seems to have been left on the cutting room floor.
In the latest trailer for the E! series, Beast gets real with Skeletor and a pumpkin, and while hypothetically the episode would be about the married couple's personal struggles, there's a Kardashian in the room, so naturally the conversation has to be about her and her family. Beast brings up her fat as holy fuck brother Rob Kardashian to make Lil' Punkin feel better about herself, which is just a huge slap in the face. Here's an actual description of the chit chat from Us Weekly that is so freaking good we don't deserve it:
While helping married couple Allison and Chad map out their fitness goals and come to terms with their health battles, the 33-year-old reality star relates by speaking about the 30-year-old sock enthusiast’s weight issues.
They're calling the brilliant mind behind these beauts a sock enthusiast. Who knew you could be such a dick while writing for Us Weekly. Sending in an application tonight. After Pump Pump opens up about being spherical and her gay husband lies about not being anorexic and gay Khloé states:
I know how you feel. You feel trapped in your own body and, you know, I feel that for my brother who has gained a lot of weight. It’s debilitating.
Pot. Kettle. Black. The fun fact about Rob Kardashian is that he's probably suicidal, and for good reason, and most likely the last thing he wants is his busted sister checking his crippling obesity in order to plug her sure-to-be-canceled series. No one should defend a Kardashian, but doesn't Rob deserve a little dignity?
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News, E!
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