Kim Kardashian has shared how she refused to see her younger sister Khloe Kardashian get bullied online.
In an appearance on Hailey Bieber's show Who's in My Bathroom?, the reality TV star said that she is very "protective" of the Good American founder as she faces the worst when it comes to online bullying.
"People want to believe what they want to believe and you can't change that. So it's about finding your inner peace and like, you being okay with that," The Kardashians star began.
Directing the conversation to her sister, the Skims founder expressed how Khloe faced the worst bullying largely owing to her highly public relationship with serial cheater Tristan Thompson.
"Khloe gets a lot of (expletive) and I just get so protective of her because I feel like she gets it the worst," she added.
"And it's so frustrating and people don't ever want to take a second to be like, she's human."
While Kim claimed that ignoring the haters was largely her game plan, she usually ends up issuing a response when much of the hate is redirected to Khloe, adding that many of her sister's critics often end up creating their own version of events.
"Every once in a while, I clap back if I'm just in the mood and I can't handle it. I'm like, 'Dude, you know, it didn't go down like that. This is it.' And I always have the facts," Kim said.
While Kim did not openly mention the reason why Khloe was mostly the victim in these situations, The Kardashians star seemingly referred to her sister's relationship with the NBA star, whom Khloe has repeatedly gotten back with despite being involved in a number of scandals.