Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Khloe Kardashian under fire for posting a photo wearing Native American headdress

KHLOE Kardashian has come under fire over a Native American outfit she wore to her niece North West’s birthday party.

A photo posted on Instagram, which she captioned “Ray Of Clouds. Chirping of birds. Gurgling of water. Granted desire. One with water. #kidchella my first Coachella!!!,” has inspired some rather negative comments.

One angry follower wrote “Appalled & feel so disrespected and I CAN say this because I’m a full blooded Native American! You’re only making yourself look like a fool! Smh……delete your photo. Everything we do and have and live as people has SO MUCH more meaning to it than what it may seem.”

Another wrote “Ugh it’s so tiring explaining racist to the white privileged.”

The photo was taken during Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s birthday festival for their one-year-old daughter North West on Saturday, cleverly titled “Kidchella” in a nod to the Coachella rock binge.

Grandma Kylie Jenner also shared a close-up photo with Khloe in her Native American headdress.


Most people just don't see "disrespect" in such things


Anonymous said...

Nice to see a real parasite coming under fire from the pc crowd.

Anonymous said...

White privilege? Aren't the Kardashians of Armenian descent? It would be hard to argue that ethnic group has been subject to a lot of privilege considering the Armenian Genocide.

Bird of Paradise said...

More and more each day the PC crowd gets more rediculous

Anonymous said...

@2:13, The PC matrix is situational and who is considered "white" changes depending on the circumstances. For instance, Asians are considered white when trying to get into college, and a Hispanic Jew is considered white when he defends himself against a racist drug dealing burglar of African heritage.

Go Away Bird said...

A few rounds of RUNNING BEAR,KAWLAGIA and MR CUSTER if you would please mistro

Anonymous said...

indians are racist it appears eh?

President Not Sure said...

I didnt look too closely at the pic, but if I was Native American, I would be more upset about her use of the Shocker hand sign while in the Indian costume, than I would be about the costume in general.