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Khloe Kardashian is working really hard and hitting the gym to shape herself and look all the more curvaceous. We have seen KoKo hitting the gym in LA every other day in sporty black look.
However, yesterday, Khloe Kardashian suffered a slight embarrassing moment when the American reality TV star flashed her infamous butt while heading to her gym in Beverly Hills on Nov. 25. KoKo wore sheer black leggings which flashed her butt. The see-through leggings was worn with a long top but the top seems to have played its game and went up, thus making Khloe's infamous butt visible. In the past, sister Kim Kardashian too suffered a similar wardrobe malfunction where her sheer leggings showed off her back.
We seriously feel that it was not intentional as KoKo knows how to flash her curvy asset with style and not in this way! She has been showing off her hard work by wearing slim-fit outfits at most of the occasions which is adding the oomph to her plump and shaped butt. The last time we saw Khloe showing off her curvy figure was at the recently held, American Music Awards where she wore a short black dress which added more shape to her curvy figure.
Meanwhile, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star who is dating her on-off boyfriend, French Montana is still finding hard to move over her estranged husband, Lamar Odom. KoKo posted an emotional message on Instagram on Nov. 23 which was heartbreaking.
"One day, whether you are 14, 28 or 65 you will stumble upon someone who will start a fire in you that cannot die. However, the saddest, most awful truth you will ever come to find - is that are not always with whom we spend our lives," she wrote.