Khloe Kardashian is back at it again with the cultural appropriation, and, of course, Twitter is having none of it.
The 32-year-old reality TV star, who has infamously donned traditional black hairstyles in the past, including bantu knots and cornrows, took to the social media app on Monday, to share a post of herself digitally trying on "the hottest beauty looks from the Spring runway shows."
One of those "hottest beauty looks"? The infamous dreadlocks seen on Marc Jacobs' spring 2017 runway.
See me try the hottest beauty looks from the Spring runway shows 😂 https://t.co/TaaKzm1lRN— Khloé (@khloekardashian) October 31, 2016
The colourful dreads, which were seen on a runway filled with predominantly white models, were the subject of controversy this past fashion week, especially when Jacobs issued an insensitive non-apology to his critics.
Kardashian was seemingly clueless (or should we say careless?) about her appropriation of a hairstyle employers can legally discriminate against, writing on her official website/app, "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 did endorse the style on her younger sister, Kendall Jenner, however, who wore the dreads while walking the Marc Jacobs runway show.
"But how cute is my little Kenny with her dreads walking in the show?! Werk sissy, werk!!"
These Twitter users sum up our feelings best:
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