Khloe Kardashian shows off $1.4K heart-shaped shoulder bag after star is ripped for 'flaunting her wealth'
KHLOE Kardashian has shown off her $1.4K heart-shaped purse on social media amid critiques of being too showy with her wealth.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum is said to have a net worth of an astounding $50 million.
On Friday, Khloe, 37, snapped a photo of an adorable heart-shaped Moschino purse.
The bag – made to look like it was created from a leather jacket – retails for a jaw-dropping $1,435.
Khloe added no comment to the post, which appeared to show the bag sitting in front of a Louis Vuitton purse.
She captioned the post: "My new cutie."
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The post comes a little over a month after the Good American cofounder was slammed for "flaunting her wealth."
In March, she was ripped by fans for being too showy after sharing photos of True in a $1,300 Gucci coat while carrying $4,000 purse.
Khloe took to Instagram to post photos of True posing in an adorable springtime print Gucci outfit.
The tweed designer coat featured blue, orange, pink and green pastel hues and retails for $1,290.
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True paired her jacket with a rainbow Gucci jacquard dress which costs $632 and $544 Fendi boots.
The toddler carried a bedazzled Judith Leiber clutch purse shaped like a basketball to show some love to her dad, Tristan Thompson.
True's bedazzled purse retails for $3,995.
The toddler smiled in the snaps posted to Khloe's Instagram as she modeled her nearly $6.5K outfit.
ans were quick to criticize Khloe's outlandish spending on her child.
One wrote: "Do you always have to flaunt your money? Glad your kid has Gucci."
A second posted: "This child's outfit costs more than I make in a month."
Another noted: "Must be nice to be rich," while a fourth fan said, "These kids are so exploited."
A fifth angrily added: "We know you have money. I hope you give to your charity for those who aren't as fortunate as you and your child."
One chimed in: "Not exact time to be bragging about it considering there is a war going on."
'OUT OF TOUCH'
Khloe has been slammed as "out of touch" for saying that "money doesn't solve problems" in a resurfaced interview.
In 2019, Khloe discussed money and the issues that come with wealth in Jay Shetty's podcast, On Purpose.
The interview with the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum resurfaced on TikTok.
Khloe said: "I hate it when people say 'What do you have to worry about? You have all this money.'"
She rolled her eyes and continued: "Oh so money means you don't have problems? I don't care who you are, problems are problems.
"In your world, you might walk a day in my shoes and be like, 'I don't want those issues.'"
She added: "Or I might walk a day in your shoes and be like 'Wow everything is beautiful.'
"You might see what I thought was a beauty as you're not happy and satisfied with that."
The TV star concluded: "Those are all okay feelings. That's why we each have our own lives."
TikTok users flooded the comments section to slam the star's critiques.
One TikTok user said: "Money means you don't have problems? Yeah, you may have problems but you are able to pay for therapy, meds, etc. I am struggling rn and I can't afford it."
Another user stated: "I mean…money could solve all my issues but ok."
A third person stated: "So easy for rich people to say that she has more options than a poor person does!"
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A fourth critic wrote: "Yeah what problems does she have? She has more access to getting help than we do."
Another commentator added: "Money means you don't worry about money and meeting your basic needs. Rich girl problems are completely different than struggling to survive."
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