Kim Kardashian’s billion-dollar undies are getting aired out online.
“Now Kim Kardashian, we are going to have a f—king conversation,” shrieked scorned Skims shopper Jasmine Alexandria in a trending TikTok tirade against KK’s designer undergarments.
“I got Skims for Christmas… and let me talk about the sizing because the sizing is what’s really troubling me,” continued Alexandria, 29, in her viral video — which has amassed over 6.5 million views since Sunday.
In the clip, the native Californian called out Kardashian, 41, for allegedly under-sizing her Skims’ $34 core control thong girdle. She even tagged the fashionable tastemaker’s TikTok account in the caption of her post.
A frustrated Alexandria, who purchased the shapewear in a size “Large/Extra Large,” went on to display the tiny foundation dressing for her 59,000 followers, and bemoaned its stiff elasticity.
“This is a Large/Extra Large and b–ch this does not stretch,” she lamented. “It does not stretch. When I tell you I couldn’t even get this past up my thigh.”
Alexandria then scolded the entire Kardashian collective — including Kim and sisters Kourtney, 42, Khloe, 37, Kendall, 26, and Kylie Jenner, 24 — over their alleged affinity for undergoing cosmetic surgeries in order to ostentatiously augment their hips, butts and busts.
“It’s crazy to me because with the Kardashians, it’s like you guys buy your bodies, right?,” spat the ticked-off TikToker.
“You bought that a- -, you bought them t- – – – – s. So, you know damn well this ain’t gonna do anything,” she continued, referring to the super small waist-cincher.
“So my question to Kim Kardashian is what size are you wearing in your line? Cause you are not wearing a large/extra-large,” said Alexandria. “And I understand that the thighs might not match, but there’s no way you’re getting your a- – in this,” she added, noting the ratio disparity between Kim’s slender legs and her bountiful behind.
In follow-up footage, Alexandria demonstrated the struggle she endured while trying to fit into the core control underwear. She captioned the clip, “I posted the try-on video [laughing emoji] Skims-1, Me-0,” citing her inability to slide into the corset-panties.
Representatives for Skims and for Kim Kardashian were not immediately available to respond to The Post’s request for comment.
However, Kardashian’s behemoth brand — which is valued at $1.6 billion — does address the core control thong’s sizing on its website, saying: “This item intentionally runs smaller for a compressive look & feel. If you prefer more comfort for everyday wear, we recommend selecting a size up.” The thong also comes in 2X/3X and 4X/5X.
And while Kim has yet to openly respond to Alexandria’s video complaint, commenters have tagged the celeb’s 8-year-old daughter, North West, in the hopes that the precocious cutie will alert her mom to the Skims slander.
“@Kim and North Northie can you check your mommy’s tags?,” one joker penned. “Instead of tagging Kim Kardashian you should tag north I’m pretty sure she’ll get that message to her mom very promptly and quickly,” chimed another.