Kim Kardashian Throws Out Her Back
New mom Kim Kardashian has been fitted with a back brace after injuring herself in a mystery accident. The reality TV star went public with the injury in a new blog post titled “Currently,” in which she periodically shares her current activities, likes, and dislikes.
In Monday’s update, she reveals she is wearing “a back brace because I threw my back out.” She stops short of detailing how the incident occurred, but suggests it has left her in real pain by adding a custom emoji of her famous ugly crying face beside the news. She goes on to tell fans she is loving “a catsuit,” but hating “that it’s getting hot and I can’t wear my big coats LOL (laugh out loud),” while she is currently listening to rapper Lil Kim’s “The Jumpoff” song from 2003 and watching her two-year-old daughter North “in her hula girl costume trying to hula dance.” Kardashian’s injury news emerges hours after she stunned fans by posting a nude snap of what appeared to be her post-baby body, just three months after giving birth to son Saint.
In the daring image, the 35-year-old appeared completely naked, with her modesty barely protected behind strategically placed black bars. She captioned it, “When you’re like I have nothing to wear LOL.” Kardashian had her hair dyed peroxide blonde in the snap, the same color she sported at husband Kanye West’s Yeezy Season Three show, held during New York Fashion Week last month. However, sources tell People the nude picture is actually months old as she was photographed back to her brunette roots over the weekend, while she had actually worn a wig to complete her New York Fashion Week look. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians beauty had previously gone platinum blonde last spring, suggesting the photo was actually from a year ago.
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