According to a report from BET.com, Khloe Kardashian has been living her best life with True Thompson, her daughter with the basketball player, Tristan Thompson. This past weekend, the reality star was enjoying a vacation with her little girl, taking to Instagram to share their best moments.
One fan, however, wasn’t as nice as they could’ve been. A person online asked why True’s skin-tone was so dark. In their exact words, the individual asked: “why is she so black?” Khloe said to the commenter – rather than addressing their insinuation directly – “do you mean why is she stunningly beautiful?”
As it was previously reported, the Kardashian sister has been fighting back against a lot of social media trolls in the last few days. Earlier this week, the reality star responded to people who accused her of dehumanizing her daughter and using her as an “accessory.”
The Revenge Body co-host asked rhetorically if someone else should be the one to create memories and traditions with True. As fans of Keeping Up With The Kardashians know, the Kar-Jenner clan has faced stiff criticism on more than a few occasions in the past.
Perhaps most recently – and most widespread – was the new product launch of the Kimono, a brand Kim Kardashian created and began marketing.
While she was reluctant to apologize at first, once the mayor of Tokyo got involved and wrote an essay explaining the cultural significance of the Kimono, the reality star finally said sorry. Kim addressed the controversy later as well, stating that she and her husband never had intentions to offend anyone.
Khloe, on the other hand, was the subject of controversy earlier this year, albeit indirectly. The reality star was harangued on social media over the fact her man, Tristan Thompson, was busted kissing Kylie Jenner’s best friend, Jordyn Woods.
It was the second time Tristan was caught cheating on Khloe within the span of approximately a year-and-a-half. The cheating fiasco led to the fall out between Kylie and Jordyn, however, it simultaneously spawned a boost in popularity in Woods as a social media influencer.