Kourtney Kardashian is not on a "drastic diet," despite a report alleging she's "starving herself" to keep Younes Bendjima attracted to her. Gossip Cop can bust this report, which should leave readers hungry for the truth.
This made-up "drastic diet" claim is announced in the pages of OK!, which contends that although Kardashian has "one of the best bikini bodies out there," she is "so worried" Bendjima will "leave her for a woman his own age." As a result, the reality star is "'starving herself' in order to maintain her svelte shape," asserts the tabloid. A so-called "insider" is quoted as saying, "Kourt is basically surviving on teas and juices."
"She's convinced that the thinner she is, the more Younes will like her," maintains the gossip magazine's supposed source. The purported tipster further asserts, "Instead of admitting that she needs to work on her self-esteem, she's totally focused on her body. It's beyond unhealthy but no one can talk any sense to her." Gossip Cop actually wishes the writers at OK! had some sense, since it's obvious when the outlet fudges its stories.
Back in March, the publication insisted Kardashian was "bloated" from drinking and on the verge of a breakdown. And just last month, the tabloid maintained Bendjima was probably moving in with Kardashian because their relationship was "very serious." But now the mom of three is suddenly too thin and afraid the model will leave her? It seems the magazine switches gears with the drop of a hat, even when there's readily available information that easily disproves its claims.
For instance, Kardashian is looking no thinner these days than in years past. When not pregnant, she's always been fit and trim and there's no "drastic" difference in her current appearance. And while the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star has been known to promote things like Fit Tea and supplements, she also regularly writes blog posts about the foods she eats. Far from being on an all-liquid diet of just teas and juices, Kardashian posts recipes for healthful meals. It's laughable that the magazine says she's in need of "sense" when its stories are inconsistent and easily contradicted. And these claims, Gossip Cop is told, are simply "ridiculous."
Gossip Cop believes there to be elements of truth, but the story is ultimately misleading.