Khloe Kardashian says leftover food from her family's lavish parties often goes to ''a food bank or church'', whilst the decorations are usually rented.
Khloe Kardashian says leftover food from her family's lavish parties often goes to ''a food bank or church''.
The 35-year-old reality star has revealed that whenever her famous family - including mother Kris Jenner, sisters Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian West, Kendall Jenner, and Kylie Jenner, and brother Rob Kardashian - throw an extravagant bash, they usually make sure to donate whatever food they don't eat to a needy cause, such as a food bank.
One fan asked on Twitter: ''Serious question... what do y'all do with all the props, decor, and leftover food after birthday parties!!? I just watched khloe's from last weekend, North/P's the week before and Saint's last night. It's SO MUCH, I'm so curious! @khloekardashian @KimKardashian @kourtneykardash (sic)''
And Khloe responded: ''The decor is normally rented but anything personal (like the quote signs) I have in storage for another function one day. The food left overs always get donated to a food bank or church. Sometimes the food may go elsewhere Depending on the situation. (sic)''
Her comments come after the Kardashian family came under fire last month, when a clip from their reality show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' showed some members of the family engaging in a large scale food fight.
Fans took to social media to express their outrage, with one slamming the family for wasting food when there are ''people dying and starving''.
And Khloe - who has 19-month-old daughter True with her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson - seemed to agree with fans, as she told cameras during the show that her family's behaviour was ''unacceptable''.
She said: ''Am I bothered by this food fight right now? Who the f**k wouldn't be bothered by this? This is, in any normal person's world, bizarre, disturbing, and unacceptable.''
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