Khloe Kardashian is not trying to give her critics the time of day but it’s Black History Month and folks on social media were not trying to let her pass for using a brown skin emoji on Twitter.
Still, the reality star appeared to be unfazed by all the critical feedback because she seemingly responded to all her naysayers on Instagram with a bikini pic and a lil “shady” caption herself.
In the pic, Khloe sported a metallic bikini top and a white coverup with a giant floppy hat. Her caption read, “The Shade of it all.”
Khloe has proved time and time again that she can hold her own when it comes to clapping back at her critics but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have the support of her circle behind her.
Her daughter True’s father Tristan Thompson and bestie Malika Haqq both commented under the post, appearing to approve of Khloe’s shade.
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Many people took notice of Tristan and Malika’s comments and had conclusions to draw of their own about that situation.
“Her black friends and black man don’t say anything so what do y’all expect,” one person commented.
“The black ppl around her don’t correct her, so duh,” another person commented, essentially echoing the majority of people in our comment section.
In case you didn’t see it, Khloe was dragged on Twitter after she used a female emoji with a darker skin tone. Black Twitter quickly let Khloe know that her tweet wasn’t cool, and familiar accusations of racial and cultural appropriation began.
Khloe’s mentions on Twitter were in shambles over the past 48 hours. Click here to see what people had to say.
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