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See Both of Khloe Kardashian’s Culturally Insensitive Tweets Shared on Halloween 2016

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Khloe Kardashian Courtesy Khloe Kardashian

Oh, come on, KoKo. Khloé Kardashian posted two culturally insensitive posts in one day Monday, October 31, garnering a collective side eye from the Internet.

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First, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 32, shared her Halloween costume with her 22.4 million followers on Twitter. The Strong Looks Better Naked author, who dressed as Storm from X-Men, posed with her squad including boyfriend Tristan Thompson, the Joker and a man dressed in a traditional Middle Eastern red-and-white keffiyeh (or head scarf). She also gave him a shoutout on Snapchat too: “@savyoungin follow him!” she captioned the short video, along with a few laughing emojis.

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But some fans didn’t find the getup very funny. “i love you khloe, but I didn’t know my religious/cultural clothing was a costume now!  That’s @ your friend 😐,” @oldwaysadam responded to Kardashian’s tweet on October 31.

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User @noortoeama agreed. “to your friend on the left, please let him know that what he is doing is cultural appropriation and its extremely offensive,” she wrote.

Coincidentally, Scott Disick came under fire for the same costume in 2014. The ex-boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian wore white robes and a red-and-white head scarf, just like Khloé’s friend, and posed in front of two expensive cars for a photo op. “Happy halloween! We getting Arab money tonight,” he Instagrammed on October 31, 2014.

Khloé posed with Disick in a selfie that same night. “Sheik Pussy,” she captioned her respective Instagram post.

Sheik Pussy

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Instead of responding to the backlash from her October 31, 2016, tweet, the Good American denim designer continued to promote her own brand. She linked to a new post on, where she “tried out” runway beauty looks from the Spring 2017 shows. One of those Photoshopped styles included the pastel yarn dreadlocks from the Marc Jacobs show (where half-sister Kendall Jenner walked), which received an onslaught of backlash from fashion devotees.

“I absolutely despise this on me! I think dreads are really cool but the rainbow combined with the dreads is just too much on me,” she wrote in the post. “But how cute is my little Kenny with her dreads walking in the show?! Werk sissy, werk!!”

Unsurprisingly, Kardashian, who was blasted for her August 2016 “bantu knots,” was slammed for her untimely tweet. “stop appropriating black culture,” @awftlj wrote.

“Black culture isn’t a f**king fashion trend,” @imlxlawolf agreed. “STOP.”

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