Kim Kardashian NOT On “700 Calorie-Per-Day” Diet, Despite Report

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Kim Kardashian Weight Loss

By Holly Nicol |

Kim Kardashian Weight Loss

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Kim Kardashian is not on a “700 calorie-per-day diet,” despite an inaccurate report which wrongly claims the star is “dying to be thin.” Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this fabrication. We’re told it’s “false.”

According to the perpetually disproven RadarOnline, Kardashian is on a “dangerous weight loss plan” as she “prepares for new nude shoot.” Accompanied by a gallery of recent paparazzi shots of the star, a so-called “source” is quoted as saying, “Kim’s obsessed with dropping a ton more weight and won’t consume more than 700 calories in a day.” The site’s dubious “insider” further purports, “She’s cranky as hell, her stomach is grumbling a lot of the time,” but she’s “obsessed with getting thinner and thinner.”

Let Gossip Cop explain how the outlet’s latest tale is nothing more than a fabrication. Remember, we called out the website just one month ago when it wrongly alleged in an almost identical story that Kardashian was planning a “nude photoshoot” after “wasting away” on an “extreme diet.” In the seemingly concocted tale, the webloid claimed the reality star wanted to “show off” her “emaciated” figure, but as we reported, the article was entirely made-up.

Not surprisingly, the same goes for the website’s most recent tale. Despite it’s track record of posting stories about Kardashian’s weight, Gossip Cop still investigated, and a rep for the star assures us the report is “false.” Kardashian is not on a dangerous weight loss plan, nor is she purposely starving herself to shed the pounds. The phony story was simply designed for traffic.

Oddly, this isn’t the first weight-obsessed story Gossip Cop has busted this week, and unfortunately, RadarOnline is guilty of posting both of them. We corrected the outlet for falsely alleging Kendall Jenner was on a “dangerous diet,” claiming the model was on a “500 calorie-per-day weight loss plan.” Of course, that was entirely untrue, and the same goes for this similarly bogus report.

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