Kim Kardashian Wants Fans to Stop Going In On Jeffree Star's Racism


What do you get when you add Jeffree Star, Kim Kardashian, and a serious scandal?

Kim Kardashian fans lashed out after reality star defended YouTuber with racist past.

The mother-of-two took to Instagram to speak directly to her followers, telling them she feels naive for thinking she "had the right to say get over it in a situation that involves racism". I want to make one last thing clear, I do not defend people that are racist and I am very against it. "So let him live". We can probably all learn from her mistakes, so thanks Kim.

The stance led Twitter to do what it does best and dig up the vile remarks Star posted on MySpace in 2005. In spite of the fact that Kardashian remained by Star on Monday, on Tuesday (Aug. 15) she stood up once more, apologizing for harming her fans.

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In an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians shortly after her giving birth to Saint West, she revealed to her family that because of her high-risk pregnancies, she just wouldn't be able to carry another one, disclosing that the growing family would look into surrogacy soon enough.

Kim was talking about YouTuber/makeup artist Jeffree Star, which drew harsh feedback from her viewers who pointed out his racist videos from 2012. "So I always have hopes that people can change and that people can learn to be better and do better, and learn to find that love again". Others simply couldn't believe she'd defend Star, who's been caught on camera using the N-word and other hateful words.

"She wants to start as soon as possible so they can maximize their star potential", an insider said, according to Radar.

Kardashian later apologized for defending Star.

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The reality star recently shared a series of pictures of her arm covered in swatches of products from her KKW Beauty range on Snapchat and she was criticised by fans and beauty blogger Jeffree Star for not being able to swatch properly, and she later told them their comments have been stressing her out. People want to forget the negative things they do in the past, and I do too.

Naturally, all the die-hard Kim Kardashian fans out there took the negative feedback EXTREMELY badly, even bringing up his scandalous past which included accusations of racism - something that he has since apologised for.

Taking to Facebook, she posted a now-deleted photo of the 20 month old earlier this year, showing him buckled into a forward-facing auto seat. In the event that somebody guarantees that they've transformed, I'd love to assume the best about them...

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