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Khloé Kardashian Slams Liposuction Rumors on Twitter – from the Gym!

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Khloé Kardashian works hard for her body, and she wants everyone to know it.

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians personality, 30, took to Twitter to blast accusers claiming she had liposuction surgery.

“I find it disgusting but maybe a compliment that I’m being accused of getting Lipo done,” the reality star Tweeted on Tuesday. “I work out 5 days a week. I bust my ass!”

Kardashian went on to point out that if she had, in fact, undergone some sort of cosmetic operation, “I would need 6-8 weeks off of any intense workout.”

She continued the series of Twitter messages, writing, “Why is it so hard to give credit where credits due? I work my ass off in the gym,” also wondering if maybe she should be flattered by the rumors.

Oh, and she went on the social media rampage while in the middle of a butt-kicking workout!

Kardashian isn’t shy about showing off her wellness-focused lifestyle. Her Instagram feed frequently boasts fitness videos, selfies and even waist-training snapshots.

In March, she told PEOPLE that good old-fashioned diet and exercise with a trainer has helped her get in shape.

“I work out almost every day,” she said. “I go to a trainer five days a week, and on the weekends, I do cardio and whatever I want to do.”

“I kind of eat what I want, but in portion control, which I never knew before,” she added. “It’s really hard. You have to train your body to eat less. Your eyes are bigger than your stomach.” (She also reminds herself to drink more water.)

The star recently credited fitness with helping her cope during her split from Lamar Odom.

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“The gym was my only refuge. I could put music on and dance around with my girlfriends and be silly,” Kardashian told Cosmopolitan Body in April.

In the article, she also said she isn’t totally opposed to plastic surgery, but noted that “you have to love yourself first because no surgery is going to change your heart.”

She went on, “It would have been so easy to get liposuction or whatever, but you have to be healthy to maintain that. I’ve always felt, ‘Wouldn’t it be great to accomplish that on your own?’ “