Video proof! Kim Zolciak shared an Instagram video showing off her slim figure on Monday, June 8, after followers continued to accuse her of Photoshopping her snaps.
“Lost 4 inches from wearing my waist trainer from @nowaistclique..Ladies join in on this journey with me use promo code:Kim15 to receive 15% off..tell them I sent you!!!#nowaistclique,” she first captioned a mirror selfie of herself, showing off her seriously tiny frame.
Kim Zolciak shares video proof on Instagram after haters accuse her of Photoshopping her images.
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Later, responding to speculation that she had digitally altered her pics, she posted again. “Sooooo I made a video since most of you think I photoshop my pics!” she captioned an Instagram clip. ”I don’t cause I don’t need to! I love my @nowaistclique I have horrible posture (carrying the twins did me in) and it really helps that too at least for me. I recommend the waist trainer because it works so well for me and I like to share with you guys what products I love since there are so many out there! Baha @gloria.coan in the background my fabulous asst #NowWhatchaGonnaSay #IAdoreMyRealFans,” she wrote, giving her haters and assistant, who appears in the background, a shout-out.
The former Real Housewives of Atlanta star is constantly defending her figure against commenters on Instagram.
“Yes I have thick or as some of my followers call them ‘chunky’ legs (Rude Ass People) always have and I love them that way! I love every inch of me and it’s evident some of you don’t. It’s truly disheartening to see some of your comments…#GodDontLikeUgly,” she expressed on Instagram this past May.
The 36-year-old mom of six first started waist training three months ago. Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian are also fans of the slimming device, which Jessica Alba first made popular after crediting it for helping her slim down post-baby in April 2013.
“I wore a double corset day and night for three months,” Alba told Net-A-Porter following the births of her two daughters Honor and Haven. “It was sweaty, but worth it…It was brutal; it’s not for everyone.”