A video of the Kardashian children performing a haka dance has been accused of cultural appropriation this week.
The video was first posted by Scott Disick, Kourtney’s ex-husband, on his Instagram Stories (@letthelordbewithyou) last Sunday.
Earlier in 2018, a white female student wore a Cheongsam dress to her high school prom and consequently sparked a massive debate on cultural appropriation. But of course, that wasn’t the first time this topic has taken over the internet. Like broken records, we’re talking about this every year around Halloween and festival season and among the worst offenders happens to be some of the most popular celebrities.
Here are 12 times celebrities were caught appropriating Asian culture:
Tim Chung, Kylie Jenner’s hunky bodyguard/rumored baby daddy, has the internet chasing every juicy detail they can find on him after his popularity skyrocketed.
Chung, an LAPD cop who also moonlights as a part-time model, suddenly rose to internet stardom after some netizens began spreading a wild theory of him being the true father of Kylie Jenner’s three-month-old baby, Stormi.
Tim Chung, Kylie Jenner’s internet-famous bodyguard, has been setting hearts aflame in recent weeks after rumors of him being the father of Kylie’s daughter brought the social media spotlight on him.
Social media users have been buzzing about the idea that instead of Kylie’s boyfriend, Travis Scott, Chung could be the father of Kylie’s three-month-old daughter, Stormi Webster.
Twitter users are praising Kylie Jenner’s ramen recipe as the best thing ever after she shared her ingredients on her Snapchat on Friday.
It’s no secret that the Kardashian clan member is a fan of ramen.
The youngest of the Kardashian clan, Kylie Jenner, revealed on Monday that she’s been financially independent since she was 14.
Jenner, who is now 17, claims she has been paying for everything she has on her own. In an interview with InStyle UK, Jenner said: