You might be surprised to learn that Khloe Kardashian, whose "job" is being named Khloe Kardashian, is out-of-touch with the needs of people who work for their jeans.
Khloe flaunted her tone-deafness when she Instagrammed a T-shirt that said "love thy racist neighbor," when "thou shalt not tolerate thy racist neighbor lest you excuse their bigotry" is a better slogan.
Imagine having a black daughter and saying “love thy racist neighbour”, what (and I can’t stress this enough) the f… https://t.co/rQVMm9m9Aq— Kate (@Kate) 1552817491.0
Now KhloKhlo, or her social media intern, is under fire for calling her fan's need to work extra hours to afford a pair of Good American jeans "cute."
Kaelynn Abner, a woman who presumably wasn't born into vast wealth, tweeted about how she has to pick up extra shifts if she wants to buy a pair of Khloe Kardashian jeans, which sounds pretty Dickensian.
So I realized I have to work 20 hours in order to afford @khloekardashian jeans...and I’m in love with them...catch… https://t.co/IJOY4pIRiH— Kaelynn abner (@Kaelynn abner) 1552691441.0
Khloe, Jean Empress, thinks it's adorable!!!
@K_Abner_ Awwwwww this is so cute!!!! I’m so happy you enjoy them— Khloé (@Khloé) 1552755403.0
@khloekardashian @K_Abner_ https://t.co/AQgPEeoInA— dominique. (@dominique.) 1552880316.0
It's one thing to think this is "cute," it's another to think that drawing attention to the exorbitant price of a pair of jeans is good PR.
@khloekardashian @K_Abner_ Give her a coupon code or a discount or something. Damn https://t.co/K8xNhQh4cS— ☆B!tch Hazel☆ (@☆B!tch Hazel☆) 1552882212.0
Good American jeans retail for $178 at Bloomingdales, which is a lot of money for a non-Kardashian. Rather than call Kaelynn's quest to acquire them "cute," she should have just sent her the goddamn jeans.
As is the life cycle of tweets, Tone-Deaf Khloe became a meme.
Fan: I had to work 85 hours this week and take out a second mortgage on my house in order to afford a single pant l… https://t.co/rTCkjOs6nl— Kamërynnë (@Kamërynnë) 1552955679.0
Twitter is ready to get the guillotine.