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Funny or Nah? Khloe Kardashian Posts “KKK” Joke



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The meme isn’t new, but Khloe Kardashian posting it is — and some of her fanes are upset!

On Tuesday, Khlo-money posted this picture and simply captioned it, “true.”

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Find out what her fans had to say on the next page…

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  1. Keon

    November 11, 2014 at 5:24 PM

    I’m black. If THIS offends you please remove the stick from your ass.

    • smdh

      November 12, 2014 at 9:57 AM

      I’m black too, and it’s people like you that make white people think they can get away with posting shit like that in the first place. Get the white man’s boot off your damn back and have some pride. No other racial group would stand for shit like this. And I’m not saying you gotta be all angry and shit about it but don’t say other people got sticks up there asses for being offended. Over there sounding like Uncle Ruckus.

      • Keon

        November 12, 2014 at 1:35 PM

        LMFAO Now I’m Uncle Ruckus? What was so offensive about it? Are you upset the KKK would not let you in? And if you’re not angry about it then what are you? I’m sorry I think we have much greater things to deal with than what Khloe Kardashian posts. I wish you guys would get as outraged on REAL issues but you know, keeping up with the Kardashians is what everyone loves to do. Be mad!

    • Guest7

      November 12, 2014 at 10:21 AM

      Im black and very offended. And no I don’t have a stick up my ass but I do have pride. This is really NOT funny nor should be joked about. And I will not just suck it up because if I were to make any type of joke about any other race that would be my ass. So why not stick up for mine.

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