"When I post something, whether it's a nude selfie or something, I don't post it trying to get a reaction. I post it because I like the photo," the reality star said at the BlogHer Conference in Los Angeles

By Abby Stern
Updated August 05, 2016 09:15 PM
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Are you ready for another nude selfie from Kim Kardashian West?

The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star teased the possibility during her keynote speech at the BlogHer conference in Downtown Los Angeles on Friday afternoon.

“Have I posted a nude selfie since I lost all my baby weight?” Kardashian West asked herself aloud during the speech. “I don’t think so. Get ready,” she quipped to the attending audience.

Kardashian West, 35, was responding to a question from moderator Elisa Camahort Page about her reaction to people who think she overshares. When asked why she felt the desire to post nude selfies, Kardashian West replied, “Because I feel good about myself.”

“You can just get so caught up in not wanting to be motivated, so I made it a really important thing for my confidence and for me to feel good,” she explained.

The KUWTK star has been very public about losing 70 lbs. since the birth of her eight-month-old son Saint West in December 2015. Though nude selfies have helped Kardashian West’s confidence, she doesn’t recommend them for everyone.

“I do what makes me feel comfortable. If you’re not comfortable, don’t do that,” she said. “Just do whatever makes you feel comfortable and whatever makes you feel good inside and happy. It doesn’t bother me, so that’s why I do it.”

She also shared that she doesn’t post anything merely for the sake of a reaction.

“When I post something, whether it’s a nude selfie or something, I don’t post it trying to get a reaction. I post it because I like the photo,” the mother of two said.

And the public reaction to her nude selfies after all this time baffles her. “Sometimes I laugh. Like I can’t even believe this photo’s getting a reaction. Haven’t they seen this a million times? I don’t know why there’s a reaction, so I just happen to like the photo.”

“I think if you do something because you genuinely like it, no matter what it is, you shouldn’t look for that reaction to validate you,” she continued. “You can look for the reaction for fun or if you’re interested, but for validation, I don’t need that so I don’t really get hurt by the comments.”