Legging seam or butt implant? It’s not a debate that we thought we were going to see, but, hey, the world’s a weird place so let’s just roll with it, shall we?
So, here’s how we got to “legging seam vs. butt implant”: On Friday, a Kardashian fan account on Instagram shared one of Khloé Kardashian’s recent workout videos. In the clip, Khloé is wearing some skintight, hot pink leggings that hug her every curve. Not looking at said curves would be basically impossible, but some commenters became convinced that the curves were not all natural and accused Khloé of some serious asset augmentation.
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Some other commenters seemed to agree, like one who wrote, “Unless those leggings have cushion….idk, something is off but hey she paid so they’re hers🤷🏻♀️,” and another who joked, “Sorry, if her butt is natural then I have some oceanfront property in Arizona I can sell to her.”
Khloé slid into the comments with a response to the initial accusation and that, my friends, is where the “legging seam” side of the debate comes into play.
“lol silly goose,” Khloé wrote. “It’s the seam design of the leggings. that’s so funny ha! You guys just want to believe anything bad.”
Even though Khloé made it clear that she thinks the butt implant accusations are LOL, some commenters seemed to feel the same way about her explanation, like the person who wrote, “Those ARE IMPLANTS that is NO SEAM 🤣🤣🤣.”
But, even though Team Legging Seam didn’t rally a ton of comment support, Team Whatever Makes Khloé Happy did make a respectable showing, best summarized by the commenter who wrote, “Naaaa stop it !!! It’s not any seam, it’s clearly another layer of something else It’s totally cool it’s her body as long as she’s happy.”
And this has been your deep dive into the great Legging Seam vs. Butt Implant debate. #TheMoreYouKnow, right?
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