Kim Kardashian

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Kim Kardashian is not okay with the recent onslaught of plastic surgery rumors.

The 33-year-old vented about her frustrations during an impromptu Twitter chat with her fans on Friday.

One fan wrote in saying, "Why is it so hard to believe she works out hard for her body? Let her be skinny in peace!You look great!"

The message resonated with Kardashian, who has been the subject of media scrutiny regarding her body both pre and post-baby.

"Preach! LOL thank you," Kardashian responded. "It sucks when people make up surgery or photoshop lies when I am so disciplined & work so hard! Just trying to motivate others & show anyone struggling with weight they can totally achieve whatever they want if they are dedicated!"

Kim Kardashian, Bikini

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This isn't exactly the first time (and it certainly won't be the last) that the E! reality star has spoken out about speculation that she's gone under the knife since giving birth to North West.

Back in November, expressed her anger towards the criticism over her weight loss.

"I am very frustrated today seeing reports that I got surgery to lose my baby weight! This is FALSE," she wrote.

Kim Kardashian

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"I worked so hard to train myself to eat right & healthy, I worked out so hard & this was such a challenge for me but I did it!!! I'm so proud of my accomplishment & NO ONE will take this away from me with fake reports!"

The new mother added, "Say what u want about me but I work hard & am the most disciplined person u will ever meet!"

Just days ago, Kardashian revealed that she was going to start back on her strict Atkins regimen this week because she wanted to shed a little bit of holiday weight.

You look fab, girl!

Don't forget to tune in to an all-new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians Jan. 19 at 9 p.m. only on E!.

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