Right before big sister Kim’s attempt to “break the Internet” was thwarted by Naya Rivera, Khloe Kardashian discovered a fairly ancient KKK meme that landed her in bit of trouble.
The incriminating photo captions “Only KKK To Ever Let Black Men In’ with the aforementioned reality TV stars pictured alongside eldest sibling, Kourtney. This, of course is a direct reference to Khloe’s struggle marriage with Lamar Odom, subsequent rebound with French Montana and Kim’s countless relationships with Black celebrities, most notably (and recently) being her marriage to Kanye West. As for Kourtney, her most publicized relationship is with baby daddy of three, Scott Disick. However she dated one of Tito Jackson’s sons for several years, so the KKK meme was equally accurate as it was offensive.
Khloe quickly deleted the tweet and posted another picture with a neon sign which read: “”We’re all equally f****d up, some only hide it better,” but the damage had been done.
Peep the backlash KK got for her KKK meme in the gallery below. Don’t hesitate to let us know if you’re offended as well.