Video of the Kardashian-Jenner clan appearing to glamorize eating disorders and unhealthy habits has triggered some Hollywood stars.
Fans and critics of the Kardashian-Jenner clan are not the only ones upset over Kim Kardashian appearing to glamorize eating disorders and unhealthy habits -- TV stars Stephanie Beatriz and Emmy Rossum are angry, too.
Over the weekend, Kim filmed sisters Khloe Kardashian and Kendall Jenner praising her slim figure, and even though Kim kept saying things like, "You guys, I'm not that skinny -- I'm down to 119 pounds," she also thanked them profusely for the "compliments" -- one of which included a reference to her "anorexic" waist.
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Stephanie Beatriz took to Instagram to criticize the famous family, writing on her Story, "Kim Kardashian saying what she weighs and her sisters complimenting her [for] being so skinny is like eating my brain [right now]. There's only one time in my life when I ever weighed 119 pounds. It was right in the middle of a terrible relationship, and intense eating disorder, and I thought that I could be thinner and look even better. Everyone kept complimenting me on how I looked, and I felt desperate to stay at that weight. It sucked."
"So if this shit be f--king with you, I get it," she added. "Try not to hurt yourself over it. I've been texting friends for support."
Emmy Rossum from "Shameless" reposted Beatriz's message and added, "Stephanie, I love you and I support you and you're beautiful and strong and powerful and a creative badass woman."
She also added, "The only time I was 119 pounds is when I had mono. On a magazine shoot, everyone was 'freaking out over how good' I looked. I had lost 10 pounds and was gaunt and sick and felt faint... It totally messed with my head. I love you and I'm with you."
"You never know what someone is going through," Rossum continued. "If you're having a tough time with body image, I promise you're beautiful and this feeling will pass. Today is just a moment. Practice some self-care and reboot. Take a bath. Take a walk. Take a yoga class. Make a healthy, nutritious meal and watch your favorite funny movie. Tomorrow is another day."