Kim Zolciak-Biermann Shuts Down Plastic Surgery Rumors

Alma L. Figueroa

Kim Zolciak-Biermann has never been one to stress over what the haters say. The Don’t Be Tardy mom has made it clear that she doesn’t care what anyone has to say about her appearance, but it appears Kim recently reached her limit with the naysayers on social media. 

On August 11, the Salty K swimwear founder took to Instagram with a clear message. “I see you bitches could only behave for, I don’t know, a week on my Instagram,” she began. “Listen, I live a f–king dream — great husband, healthy, amazing kids, I’m f–king healthy, three successful companies, my own TV show. I don’t really give a f–k if you think that my face looks altered because I wanna know who the f–k is getting an altered face during quarantine, sweetie.”

She added, “I wanna know who the f–k’s getting an altered face when they’re on blood thinners. Please tell me a plastic surgeon that’s gonna touch my face, please. If you find one let me f–king know.”

In the clips, Kim appeared completely fresh-faced and unbothered. “Look how good I look makeup free just out of bed,” she captioned one of the videos and wrote, “42 and fine AF,” on another clip. 

She continued, “I really want you f–kers to think when you leave a nasty comment on somebody’s page how that would make you feel, okay. I’m strong, right. I’ve been in this business 13 years. I’m a very strong-minded person, but you could truly, truly affect somebody with your bullshit. So stop. There’s no need to spread negativity.”

The beauty and fashion entrepreneur also made sure to shout out her loyal fans as well. “And for all of you guys that are so positive, so encouraging, you make me laugh, you make me cry, I wanna say thank you for bringing more positivity to this world because I feel like we could all use a little bit more positivity.” 

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