Kim Kardashian under fire for responding enthusiastically to being called 'anorexic'

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No Kim... Just no.

Kim Kardashian West is being slammed across social media after sharing videos to her Instagram story responding enthusiastically when being referred to as "anorexic".

The reality star, 37, shared the videos from the City of Hope charity poker event that she and sisters Khloé and Kendall attended on Sunday night.

Upon hearing comments about her weight from her sisters, Kim ostensibly grabbed her phone to re-capture the moment for #proof.

In the footage, Kim can be heard asking Kendall to repeat her statement (no, really):

"No like, I'm really concerned," Kendall obligingly repeats.

"I don't think you're eating. Like, you look so skinny."

Statements which Kim can be heard reacting to with glee.

And that's not all.

Kim can be heard actually egging her sister on to keep going.

“I’ve never seen a human being look as good. You are a walking Face Tune [the photo editing app] doll," Khloe adds in the recording.

“My purse is as tiny as you,” Kendall agrees.

To which Kim can be heard saying, “Oh my god the compliments!” and generally reacting with joy and enthusiasm.

Khloe and family friend Malika then joked that Kim survives on "celery" and "different flavors of oxygen". 

"You guys, I'm not that skinny!" Kim exclaimed.

"I'm down to 119 pounds [54 kg]. I will say when I take out my hair extension I am less."

Khloe then said of her sister's silhouette: "But she's anorexic here [points to waist] and her arms are like pin thin, they're like my pinkie — it's bizarre."

Social media users were quick to call the reality star on her behaviour, calling it "disgusting" and glamourising eating disorders.

The news comes after a trademark infringement lawsuit was lodged against the 37-year-old.

The reality star reportedly earned $6.7 million in five minutes from the perfume and is being sued by mobile marketing company Vibes Media.

The company is claiming that the packaging of the fragrance infringed on its trademarked logo – a blue speech bubble with the word “vibes” written in white lower case and was registered in 2012.

The lawsuit suggests that KKW Fragrance “has been marketing, promoting, and is now selling a ‘Vibe’ perfume. The ‘Vibes’ perfume comes in a bottle that is a close facsimile of the Registered Vibes Logo.

Image: Getty / Rich Fury

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