Khloé Kardashian Tells Remi Bader ‘You Are Perfection’ in Supportive Post: 'Your Soul Sparkles'

Fashion influencer Remi Bader recently shared a tearful video opening up about the "body shaming" she'd received

<p>Frank Micelotta/Shutterstock; Sansho Scott/</p> Khloe Kardashian has spoken out in support of Remi Bader

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Khloe Kardashian has spoken out in support of Remi Bader

Khloé Kardashian is showing her support for Remi Bader.

After Bader, 28, shared an emotional video about the “body shaming” she’d been subjected to on Sunday, Kardashian, 39, took to Instagram in support of the fashion influencer.

“Just a little @remibader appreciation post,” the Good American co-founder wrote on her Instagram Story, Monday. “You are perfection just as you are. Exactly As you come. In all phases, you are perfection. Never forget that your soul sparkles, your smile is magic and your heart is pure 🩵.”

The post also featured a photo of Bader on the pink carpet at the Victoria's Secret World Tour Fashion Show earlier this month. Bader was named an ambassador for Victoria's Secret PINK last year.

In response to Kardashian's support, Bader shared her post on her Instagram Story with the caption, “I love you so much 🩷.”

<p> Taylor Hill/Getty Images</p> Bader has been open about the criticism she has received online

Taylor Hill/Getty Images

Bader has been open about the criticism she has received online

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Kardashian’s Story followed Bader’s Sunday TikTok upload which she captioned, “I’m not going anywhere but my personal health journey will no longer be shared with you all. Thanks for understanding.”

In the video, Bader addressed the hate she had received online. She also asked people to “stop” commenting on the way she looked.

“I try to not look at the really mean things online the best that I can because it really saves my mental health by not looking at it,” Bader said in the clip.

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She continued, “[But] there’s been a ridiculous amount lately of body shaming and saying things I already know, like I don’t need to hear it again. So saying things like how much bigger I got or how much weight I’ve gained and how unhealthy I look or whatever it is.”

Bader — who has 2.3 million followers on TikTok — went on to share that she has changed her mind about opening up about her personal health.

“My health journey will now be my business, what I choose to do, whether that’s gain or lose weight, medications I take, supplements I take, my workout routine, whatever it is, I’m not going to share,” she added in the tearful video.

<p>Lowrie/; Khloe Kardashian Instagram</p> Khloé Kardashian has also been the victim of body shaming in the past

Lowrie/; Khloe Kardashian Instagram

Khloé Kardashian has also been the victim of body shaming in the past

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“I want to share with the world everything going on in my day-to-day [but] … shaming someone [for] the way they look every single day is so disgusting … It’s really not fair to just see really mean, mean things. I’m taking care of myself the best that I can.”

Kardashian has opened up about her experience with body shaming in the past, revealing in Health magazine's November 2021 cover story that she is protective of her 5-year-old daughter True’s self-image after “how people critiqued my body.”

"When it comes to food, I had so many issues," Kardashian, who is also mom to son Tatum, 1, with ex Tristan Thompson, said at the time. "It wasn't from one person, I guess just from society or how people critiqued my body. So I don't play when it comes to True. She's very tall. People will always say, 'She's so big.' And I'll say, 'Oh, she's so tall.' I try to make them be more descriptive. I know what an adult means when they say that, but I don't want her to misinterpret that."

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