Pop Culture

'Shame on you!' Kim Kardashian defends herself against body critics

"Anyone who has had a baby knows how hard it is to lose weight," Kim Kardashian wrote in response to tabloid critics who claim she's artificially enhanced her assets.

Enough already — it's real! For years, Kim Kardashian has fired back at claims that she's had butt implants or some other form of rear enhancement. Now, Kardashian wants the body gawkers to accept that it's all her — and if there's a little more of her than before, it has nothing to do with plastic surgery.

"I'm seeing all these nonsense tabloids claiming I have butt implants-injections. Get a life!" Kardashian tweeted after an OK! cover story alleged she had "constant fat injections" and an In Touch cover claimed her rear "won't stop growing."

It's all old news to Kardashian. In 2011, she decided to put the debate behind her and had an X-ray done to prove she's just naturally endowed. The resulting image and consult with her family doctor, all of which was later featured in an episode of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," backed up her all-real rear story.

But since the June 2013 birth of her and Kanye West's daughter, North, Kardashian's body has changed, and those old rumors have been renewed.

"(They're) using pics of me 15lbs skinnier (before I had my baby) comparing to me now!" she continued. "I still have weight to lose. Anyone who has had a baby knows how hard it is to lose weight (especially the last bit of weight) & your body totally changes!"

Kardashian hasn't been shy about showing off that transformation. Just four months after giving birth, she shared a revealing shot of her post-baby body on Instagram.

According to Kardashian, this latest round of tabloid talk is really just a follow-up to the body bashing she endured during her pregnancy.

"Making fun of me pregnant & making fun of me trying to lose weight now shame on you," she wrote. "I'm not perfect but I will never conform to your skinny standards sorry! Not me. And BTW I've lost a lot so far & I'm proud of that!"

Despite the direct nature of the tabloid talk, the reality TV star isn't just taking it personally. She thinks the scrutiny affects others too.

"Don't give young girls a complex!" she warned the mags.