The Kardashian family did their very best to dismantle the Internet and shakeup social media today.
Khloe Kardashian got the party started by posting a meme of herself and her sisters on Instagram that reads “The only KKK to ever let Black men in. This particular shot has been circulating the Web for years, but Khloe thought she’d get in on the joke by captioning it “True.”
She may have gotten a chuckle, but some of her followers were giving her major side-eye for this gag. After an hour or so, Khloe predictably yanked it from her page, but we still got a screenshot of it!
While Khloe was cracking on her family and the KKK, her big sister Kim was showing her…well…crack.
The “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” nucleus proudly put her entire behind on display for the Winter 2014 issue of “Paper.” That’s no exaggeration because we didn’t need to add anymore embellishment than Kim’s booty already had.
Flashing a huge smile, Kim mooned the camera in one of the covers, which the editors at Paper are hoping will make a huge splash on the Internet.
“For our winter issue, we gave ourselves one assignment: Break The Internet,” a rep for the magazine explained. “There is no other person that we can think of who is up to the task than one Kim Kardashian West. A pop culture fascination able to generate headlines just by leaving her house, Kim is what makes the web tick.”
Is it just us or does it look like “Paper” photoshopped her booty?
Kim covered up when she did a second cover modeled after Jean Paul-Goude’s “Champagne Incident,” which featured a nude Black woman.
Kim & Khloe Kardashian Break The Internet With KKK Meme & Lots Of Booty was originally published on hellobeautiful.com
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