Kim Kardashian Responds To 'Blackface' Accusations

  • Kim Kardashian Responds To 'Blackface' Accusations

Kim Kardashian Responds To 'Blackface' Accusations

"Critics threw shade at Kim Kardashian for the dark-skinned promotional shot for KKW Beauty".

She said that her appearance wasn't intentional and that she was really tan when the pictures were taken.

"I would obviously never want to offend anyone", she said in an interview published Monday. "I definitely love doing that, but I think I'm a little bit more cautious these days about what I do share", she explained on the show. "Ultimately, I think once it launches and people see we are really a different brand, it will be able to coexist". "No one mentioned it".

"Of course, I have the utmost respect for why people might feel the way they did", she continued.

Since we're just hours away from her countouring and highlighting sticks dropping online, you better make sure you're shelling out your coins for something you want.

And another was keen to remind everyone that Kim's claim to being darker than usual is not exaggerated because "she's not white to begin with", pointing out her Armenian heritage.

Kim Kardashian has finally responded to the "blackface" controversy surrounding her recent makeup ads, can reveal. On that same day, the reality TV star also posted a photo of herself while promoting her new business which also launched the Kim Kardashian blackface controversy.

To be fair, we doubt Kimmie would ever intentionally do blackface as she's the mother of two biracial children.

Kim Kardashian's lighter complexion is on view in May in New York City.

KKW Beauty goes on sale on June 21 through its website.

Good for her. But it's still unclear why the initial photo is her Twitter pic.

Kim admitted to getting a lot of advice from her 19-year-old half-sister Kylie Jenner, whose 2016 cosmetics start-up brought in nine figures last year - according to Forbes.