- Reality TV superstar Kim Kardashian's picture caption on Twitter left many of her followers confused
- Some tweeps slammed the stunner for trying so hard to look like a black women while others came to her defence
- Some of Kim's fans shared that she was talking about her hair while other tweeps thought she was speaking about her skin colour
Kim Kardashian took to social media on Friday, 30 April and posted a gorgeous selfie. The stunner's snap cation left many of her Twitter followers confused.
The reality TV star shared the pic she took inside her house's bathroom. While many praised her for sharing the gorgeous pic, some were confused by her caption.
They were not sure whether she was talking about her skin colour or the colour of her hair. Kim wrote:
"But just like that I’m back dark..."
Some of her followers slammed her for trying so hard to be dark while some tweeps defended her from her critics. Check out some of the mixed reactions from her followers below:
"You’re not dark never dark. I don’t like how you said that and why does your face look fake."
"She is talking about the hair colour though."
"Let me move my lashes and read that again."
"She's talking about the COLOUR of her hair!! Smh y'all always desperate to be mad at her."
"You have a problem with being dark??"
"Kim could come on and say she's just seen a butterfly and ya'll would still attack her! Calm down it's not that serious!!!"
"I’ve never seen somebody hate their skin colour so bad."
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that ever since the Kardashian sisters started making their fortune from their famous show Keeping Up With The Kardashians, they have not been spared from criticisim. On many occasions, the famous squad has been accused of trying to look, act, speak and be like black women.
Their haters resurfaced when Kim Kardashian posted a photo of her skin having not one but two distinct shades. Her hands were pale and nearly pinkish while her face was as dark as that of a Latina lady or a fair skinned African-American.
What started off as an innocent makeup tutorial ended up as a lesson on cultural appropriation and unhealthy borrowing of other people’s features.
Kim was applying her lipstick on an Instagram video and wanted to detail the steps her fans should take whenever they do their makeup. But her one comment made her angry followers blow up in fury.
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