Khloe Kardashian causes outrage with controversial KKK joke

Lord Disick's version remains online and has received nearly half a million likes on Instagram so far.

By ELIA BERGER
November 12, 2014 17:34
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Khloe Kardashian

Television personality Khloe Kardashian walks past photographers in Paris. (photo credit: (YORAM BARAK)

 
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Anyone keeping up with the Kardashians knows that America's favorite reality TV family is no stranger to controversy. From middle-sister Kim's leaked sex tape, to the girls' dating patterns and string of failed marriages to cheating scandals galore, the clan has had its share of drama.

Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney's beau Scott Disick caused quite a stir on Tuesday when they both posted an image of the three sisters, all dressed in white, to Instagram. In a nod to the notorious white supremacist group the Ku Klux Klan – and an attempt to poke fun at her and her kins' very public dating history – the 30-year-old reality star captioned the meme, 'The only KKK to ever let black men in,' referencing the sisters' initials.

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Kardashian was famously married to African American professional basketball player Lamar Odom for four years before divorcing him in late 2013.

The youngest Kardashian sister and her unofficial brother-in-law got quite the heat as the post went viral, sparking outrage on social media. Thousands took to the popular social platform to put in their two cents, deluging the comments section with both angry and humorous responses.

While the starlet backtracked and deleted the post mere hours after putting it online, Disick's version – entitled 'And a Jew' in reference to his Jewish roots – remains online. He has received nearly half a million 'likes' on Instagram so far.
 

And a Jew

A photo posted by Lord Disick (@letthelordbewithyou) on




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