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Last night, for some reason Khloe Kardasian thought it was cool to share a distasteful ‘joke’ on Instagram about the Ku Klux Klan.

In the photo, Kourtney, Khloe, and Kim are joined with the words below reading, “The Only KKK To Ever Let Black Men In.” Khloe shared the meme, captioning the shot, “True.”

After posting the image to her account, the image spread through social media like wildfire. The image received thousands of likes and feedback from her Instagram followers — most of the comments criticized Khloe for posting the insensitive image. Shortly after posting the image to her account Khloe decided the delete it.

Her brother-in-law Scott Disick, also shared the image and captioned it, “And a Jew.” Scott’s post still remains on his IG account..

And a Jew

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Ebony Senior Digital Editor Jamilah Lemieux caught wind of the disrespectful image and posted the following as a response. Lemieux tweeted:

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  • Mary Burrell

    And the silly tramps probably think they are being clever. SMH.

  • Mary Burrell

    File this foolishness under “Stupid Stuff White People Shouldn’t Say.”

    • [email protected]

      Exactly Sister.

  • [email protected]

    The racst joke from Khole Kardashian doesn’t surprise me. It proves that some people have no shame. The Klan is a terrorist organization who has brutalized and killed innocent black men, innocent black women, and innocent black children. We should defend our character and the words from the bigot should motivate us to fight even harder for justice.

  • Khaijg

    I mean here’s the thing…people want it both ways. They praise these chicks and I’m sure it’s a lot of black women who watch their show, buy their clothes and try desperately to mimic their lifestyle. But when one steps out of line it’s a problem. Many of who created the problem. I don’t support ANYTHING that they do, but I’m not surprised because to them they are superior to us based on the pedestal many black men and women have placed them on. So marvel at what some of y’all have helped to create.