Khloe Kardashian Triggers Explosive Hate with 'Offensive' Halloween Photo

Khloe KardashianKhloe Kardashian should just give up wearing costumes. Remember when so many people slammed her for wearing that Native American headdress? Well, this one is even worse. At least in terms of people's reactions. Khloe posted a pic of herself and Scott Disick dressed up in their Halloween garb, which seems to be some sort of veiled kitty cat for Khloe and an Arab sheik for Scott. Her caption was "Sheik Pu**y." Instagram hate followed.

Advertisement

People are REALLY mad at this photo and its caption. The comments are out of control, most of them so nasty and insulting I won't reproduce them here. Here is the photo:

I guess dressing like a sheik is considered a no-no now, just like putting on Native American headdress or (god forbid) dressing like an African-American person if you're Caucasian (Julianne Hough learned that last Halloween). One person wrote, "It's a culture, not a costume!"

But other followers seem to be confused, with one writing:

I'm muslim I don't see why this is racist or disrespectful.

Well, you're not the only one confused, follower. But, hey, someone did clear it up, writing:

For everyone not understanding why it's offensive: sheikh Is like a rabbi or priest in other religions. So would you like if someone said rabbi pussy or priest pussy? It's not about how Scott dressed, it's about her caption.

Ermmmm .... okay. It's a bit crass, I guess, and I'm still not exactly sure what it means (something to do with her cat ears? or what?) but people seem to get their knickers in a twist about pretty much anything and everything these days. Really saps the fun out of Halloween.
 
I remember one of my favorite costumes when I was a kid, I wore it a few Halloweens in a row: Some kind of redneck character. I'd wear jeans and a plaid shirt, put a red scarf around my neck, wear sunglasses and carry around an empty can of Budweiser. I suppose if I wore that now I'd be picketed, threatened, and pelted with "It's a culture, not a costume!"

 

Why don't we all just agree on one politically-correct costume -- say, maybe a sheet over the head if that's not offensive to the spirit world -- and that's the only costume anyone can wear?

Did you find this costume offensive?

 

Image via KhloeKardashian/Instagram and KhloeKardashian/Instagram

 

Read More >