Khloe Kardashian says sister Kim's 'body is banging'

Khloe Kardashian.
Khloe Kardashian. Bang ShowBiz

KHLOE Kardashian says people who criticised her sister Kim during her pregnancy are "disgusting".

The former 'X Factor' USA host feels sorry for her sibling because of the scrutiny she faced when carrying her daughter North, now five months, and can't understand why she was judged so harshly.

Speaking on Australia's 'The Fifi and Jules Show', Khloe said: "She got pregnant and she got so much scrutiny, and people were just so disgusting to her!

"It's no one else's business ... for you to criticise someone when they're pregnant is so disgusting and disturbing to me."

Khloe is amazed by how quickly Kim - who is engaged to Kanye West - has lost her baby weight but says she "deserves" to have regained her slender frame after working so hard.

She said: "Kim's body is so insane ... it's a major middle finger to the world, and honey, she deserves it!"

Referring to Kim's appearance in Kanye's new music video for 'Bound 2' - where she is seen straddling her future husband on a motorcycle whilst topless - Khloe continued to praise her 33-year-old sister.

She said: "Her body is banging! On that motorcycle, her ta-ta's shaking!"

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