Chloe Grace Moretz Opens Up About "Aggressive" & "Incorrect" Girl-on-Girl "Hate" She Got from Kim Kardashian
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Chloe Grace Moretz is finally letting us in on her reaction to Kim Kardashian's Twitter clapback over the reality star's totally nude selfie.

In case you forgot, the "Neighbors 2" star was one of the few celebs who dissed Kim after she shared a naked pic of herself online in March -- chiming in, "I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than our bodies." She added, "There's a huge difference in respecting the platform that you're given as a celebrity and 'slut shaming,' something I never have done and would never do."

That didn't sit well with Kim, who went in on the 19-year-old hard. "Let's all welcome @ChloeGMoretz to twitter, since no one knows who she is. your nylon cover is cute boo," Kardashian shot back.

In a new interview with Glamour, Moretz opens up about what happened after she saw Kim's response.

"I started laughing. I was at dinner with my family [when] I got the notification [on my phone]. I look at it and I go, 'Oh my God. She responded,'" Chloe explains. "My mom took the most offense to it because it was girl-on-girl hate and Kim didn't come back with an educated response on body confidence."

"It was aggressive, and also it was incorrect," she adds. "I don't have 45 million followers or a TV show that follows my life. But people know who I am. I pride myself on having opinions, and I don't express them in snarky ways toward people."

As for why she felt the need to speak out in the first place, she explains that as well.

"I had just gotten off a plane from South Korea, I was incredibly jet-lagged, and I couldn't take one more thing. I saw that photo, and I had to say something," she tells the mag. "That picture wasn't linked to body confidence. It wasn't a #BodyConfidence or #LoveWhoYouAre. It was done in a slightly voyeuristic light, which I felt was a little inappropriate for young women to see."

"I would hate for young women to feel they need to post certain photos in order to gain likes, retweets, favorites, and male attention," she continues. "I wasn't slut shaming. It's not about body shaming."

Kardashian later wrote a lengthy blog post about the incident, saying she feels "empowered by my body. I'm empowered by my sexuality."

"I think that was interesting," Moretz admits now. "I wish that it had come out earlier. It was a great message; it was just a little late."

Check out Chloe's full interview over at Glamour's website.