Wearing a silver thong SKIMS bikini, the 42-year-old showed off her behind while staring at her phone. She opted to leave her platinum blonde hair loose as she soaked up the sunshine.
The location looks like paradise, with abundant palm trees and sparkling blue water.
“Looking back at ’22,” she wrote in the caption, before adding a winking emoji. Her celebrity pals praised the star for her snap, with journalist Lauren Sanchez leaving a fire emoji in the comments.
However, Kim’s fans weren’t happy to see yet another photo of the reality star in a skimpy bikini.
“This is actually pathetic!” one fan commented, with another calling her “self-obsessed”.
“So sick seeing this crap,” a third added.
“At this point…desperate. How many photos does one need of themselves?” asked a fan.
Others said her bikini snap was “embarrassing” and that the star needed to “grow up”.
“Bout time to act your age, don’t u think?” a fan asked.
“You’re over 40,” a second added.
“Will you ever like, grow up?” another asked.
Kim slammed over see-through bikini snaps
This comes after Kim stepped out in a very daring see-through bikini.
The star posed in a skimpy white number while frolicking in the sea, causing her two-piece to become see-through due to the water.
After using her social media post to provide a “life tip” for fans, she was quickly slammed in the comment section.
“Life tip-do you,” Kim advised fans in the caption.
Her advice prompted an outpouring of snarky responses from people on social media.
“Despicable we don’t need life tips from you,” one person fired out.
“Kim, love ya but this caption is very 2012,” another added.
People also declared that they were sick of seeing these type of “desperate” shots of Kim.
“Go away already everyone is so tired of you,” a fan complained.
“Here we go. Naked again,” another commented on the post.
“Trying to stay relevant?” a third asked.
“Kim do you ever go to the beach just to enjoy it or only take photos?” another said.
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