Kardashian, 30, and her sister Kourtney's longtime love each posted a meme via Instagram showing the three Kardashian sisters, all wearing white dresses. Smiling for the camera, Kourtney, Khloe, and Kim are joined by words reading, "The Only KKK To Ever Let Black Men In."
Khloe shared the meme, captioning the shot simply, "True." The image took off, garnering hundreds of thousands of likes, and a bevy of comments — many of them criticizing the racially charged gag. While she tweeted a link to the Instagram (the tweet still remains online), she has since pulled the photo from her Instagram account.
Her de facto brother-in-law Disick, 31, brought himself into the fray. He shared the same image and captioned it, "And a Jew," referencing his own ethnic background. His post still remains online, and has sparked a mix of comments from those who find it funny, and others who took issue with the words.
Khloe, who has yet to comment on her deleted post, was not the only Kardashian sister to step into the spotlight on Tuesday. That same evening, images were released of Kim, 34, posing fully nude for the new issue of Paper magazine. Her backside is on full display in a cover reading, "Break the Internet."
Kim's choice to expose herself in such a way prompted criticism from some, including Glee actress Naya Rivera. Commenting on Kanye West's wife's Instagram of the cover, Rivera wrote, "I normally don't. But…you're someone's mother…"
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