Kim Kardashian denies cultural appropriation and blackfishing claims

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Throughout her career, Kim Kardashian has come under all kinds of criticism and has been exposed to many controversies, the most recurring of which relates to accusations of cultural appropriation. The reality TV star has been accused of taking inspiration from black culture, especially her fashion style and hairstyle, without mentioning the origin of these ideas, and she ultimately spoke out on this controversy. 

Kardashian recently spoke to iD magazine, who asked her about facing criticism from BlackFishing as a mother to four black children.

“I would never do anything to appropriate any culture,” said the skims icon. “But I’ve had negative reactions in the past for putting my hair in braids and I understand that. Honestly most of the time it comes from my daughter asking us to match hair. And I had conversations with her like, “Hey, maybe this hairstyle would look better on you than on me . ” But I also want her to feel that I can wear the same hairstyle as her and not make a big deal out of it either if it’s something she really asks for, and really wants. “

“But I’ve learned and grown over the years, and I’ve found some great ways to communicate with all of my kids about it all ,” she continued. “I definitely learned over time, and I tried to pass this learning culture on to my kids too, but then there is also a story of hair braiding in Armenia, and people forget that I am Armenian too. “

The star recently passed her bar exam, after previous failures She said her mission is to genuinely help those facing injustice

 “Law school is a long process and it’s a lot of work,” she said. “I’m at two years old and I hope that after school is over I can just focus on… It’s not really going to change the work I do, but maybe I will have some time. free to help more people. I really love that I can use my voice and stand up for people who can’t help themselves, and who sometimes don’t know where to turn and are just helpless and hopeless. I hope I can really help where I can and make a difference. “

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