The 36-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star wrote back on Monday that the user shouldn’t refer to themself as a ‘feminist’ for ‘attacking a woman unprovoked.’
Khloé’s ad for Nurtec ODT features her in a mauve sweater top and a thicker complementary cardigan as she reclines on a sofa at home.
She wears her long brunette locks in thicks waves flowing down her shoulders and sports a heavily made-up face with particularly plump
‘When I get a migraine, I hide in the dark,’ she says, as the room goes from pitch black to brightly illuminated.
The clip, which debuted in March, marked the first advertising spot for her daughter True Thompson, who pops up at the end and excitedly plays with her on the sofa.
But Khloé was irked months later when a Twitter user complained about her shifting appearance in the advertisement.
The tweet in question was a reply to a repost of the ad to the medication’s twitter page and questioned if the reality star’s alleged cosmetic surgeries might have caused her condition.