"Dolls, you know I've never met a filter I didn't like and I don't hate on Photoshop,” the 33-year-old wrote. “But there are even more stealth ways to look like you have a sick bod in pics."
“Only allow your photographer to shoot from above. It’s the only flattering angle,” she says. “If they shoot from beneath, you might as well have had like ten cheat days in a row! (Frito pie anyone?)”
Her suggestions also include avoiding prints and horizontal stripes, hiding behind your friends, sticking out your chin and covering your belly with a bag. Follow these steps and “get ready for your Insta comments to blow the f*ck up” Khloe says.
But the main thing blowing the f*ck up seems to be critics with many slamming the mum-to-be for being “fatphobic” and promoting unhealthy body image. She's also being called out for the hypocrisy of promoting body confidence through her clothing line, Good American, which describes itself as having a "full and inclusive size range."
"Nothing like teaching millions of your young fans that being as thin as possible will make you more beautiful AND more popular!" wrote body positive blogger Megan Crabbe in a scathing Instagram post.
Others took to Twitter to respond directly to Khloe.
Even The Good Place actor Jameela Jamil called her out on the post's problematic message.
The star is yet to respond.