Kim Kardashian rips internet trolls as 'so toxic' in resurfaced clip after she's accused of 'blackfishing' in photos

KIM Kardashian has deemed internet trolls as "so toxic" in a resurfaced clip after being accused of "blackfishing" in the photos.

The video was posted on Tiktok recently and it has gained a lot of attention.


The ad was for her KKW beauty contour sticks.

"I did a photo shoot for the first launch of my KKW beauty contour sticks and we wanted them really moody. I was really tan. I wanted to show the contour," Kim said into the camera.

"The photos ended up being a little bit darker than I was," she continued as a photo of her from the shoot appeared.

"There were some people online saying I was doing 'blackface' and that the photos were inappropriate."

READ MORE ABOUT KIM KARDASHIAN

Kim cuddles up to North & Chicago in SKIMS ads for Mother’s Day collection

Blac Chyna claims Kim Kardashian offered her ‘$100K kill fee’ to cancel show

The video cuts to people on the internet tweeting about Kim's photos.

"The internet world is so toxic. And I feel like people are just waiting for you to make a mistake, just to point it out," she said.

"What do you do? It's already out," asked a friend in the video.

Kim just looked at her and then back at her laptop with a frustrated look on her face.

Most read in Celebrity

SISTERS' ACT

EastEnders' Lacey Turner has TWO famous actress sisters

SPIDER MAN U

Lucinda Strafford mistakes Tobey Maguire for Harry Maguire in dating mix-up

AB FAB

Katie Price flashes her tum as she goes for a PCR test after holiday with Carl

floats your boat

Peter Kay makes ultra-rare public appearance to launch a boat

For those of you who don't know, blackfishing is "when White public figures, influencers, and the like do everything in their power to appear black," according to freelance writer, Wanna Thompson, who originated the term.

A fan posted the video on Tiktok and fans are saying that Kim did not make a mistake.

"Nah this one was wrong. She saw the pics and didn’t see how dark and wrong it looked??" commented one fan.

"You did not make a mistake- jealous easily offended folks wanted to stir the s**t pot," said another.

NOT AN ACCIDENT

Just last month, Kim was out with her boyfriend, Pete Davidson, and was once again, accused of blackfishing.

She held Pete's hand, but fans noticed that her spray tan was a little too dark.

"Yeah… That is not a flattering look," said one fan.

In January 2021, Kim tinted her skin with body make-up for a photo shoot.

She posted a photo of her hands on her Instagram story, which were two completely different colors.

Fans quickly commented on Reddit about the photo saying, "I mean she is also known for blackfishing a bunch. So I get the frustration."

Those are only two instances of Kim being accused of blackfishing.

One time she looked "beyond tan" in a series of Instagram photos and again for a VOGUE photo shoot.

DEALING WITH TROLLS

Kim has been slammed by people on the internet for not only blackfishing, but many other things as well.

Two months ago, Kanye West fans trolled her after she congratulated her sister on the birth of her son.

"You can comment but Ye can't even get a text back. Something ain't right here," said one fan on Instagram.

 "Answer Kanye," said another.

Trolls also slam her for flaunting her wealth online.

Kim posted a photo of her wearing $6.4k jeans that were totally ripped up.

Fans said it looked like she was in a fight with a crocodile.

“I think the crocodile she stole the skin from tried to get it back," one fan on Reddit commented.

A second joked, “Who stole the rest of the fabric to her jeans?”

Read More on The US Sun

Kim ‘has NO integrity for friendship with abuser’ Joe Francis, director says

How Orsolya Gaal’s ‘killer’ was under surveillance by NYPD for DAYS

However, Kim is not completely the victim in internet trolling.

She bullied Taylor Swift online back in 2016, calling her a "snake" over the Kanye phone call.




We pay for your stories!

Do you have a story for The US Sun team?

Email us at [email protected] or call 212 416 4552.

Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheSunUS

    Source: Read Full Article