Khloé Kardashian and Chloë Grace Moretz are going to war — Twitter war
In March this year, Chloë Grace Moretz made her feelings toward nude photos, more specifically Kim Kardashian's nude photos, perfectly clear — she thinks women have more to offer than their bodies — which is probably why her recent tweets have enraged the Kardashian clan.
You may have heard about the Kanye West/Kim Kardashian versus Taylor Swift drama, with Kim recently revealing a recording of Swift on her Snapchat (which "proves" that she and West did have a conversation before his infamous lyrics for "Famous" made everyone's jaws drop) and while everyone is speaking about the feud, Moretz wants the industry to speak about something more important.
Taking to Twitter on Sunday, Moretz said it's time the industry got its head out of a "hole" and spoke about something real. She followed up with a second tweet, writing, "Stop wasting your voice on something so petulant and unimportant."
These comments enraged Khloé, who quickly took to Twitter to blast Moretz by posting a picture of her sporting a red bikini, along with a second shot which appears to expose her butt cheek.
Woah! Harsh, right? I mean we get that Khloé wanted to defend her sister, and we absolutely love that the Kardashians are such a close-knit family who will do anything for one another, but these comments are verging on body shaming, and that's never OK.
It also turns out that the second image was not of Moretz, as she took to Twitter to give Khloé a "fact check" explaining that the second image was of a random girl who was wrongly photographed — and she had the evidence to prove it.
The photo clearly shows Moretz wearing a mismatched bikini for her role in Neighbors 2, so she cleared that up, but we're disappointed that it got so ugly between these two women.
And we're not the only ones. Soon after her mean-girl tweets, Kardashian got called out for bullying Moretz.
"Yo Khloe I thought you were rad when I met you but this is awful and this is a 19 year old girl," actress Ruby Rose tweeted in response to Kardashian. "Nobody likes being bullied or made to feel worthless.. Yet so many people will go above and beyond to make others feel that way."
On Monday, Kardashian headed back to Twitter to (sort of) explain her actions, writing, "I’m the last person to bully but have an animal instinct to protect and defend my family. Refrain from commenting on my family and OUR business (and I will do the same) Now I hope everyone has a magical Monday! May peace be with you all."