PETA Seems Glad Kim Got A Flour Shower

Happy to see Kim Kardashian flour-bombed? You're not alone! One group claims no responsibility for the attack, but admits that this succeeded while their approach failed.

Kim KardashianWhen word broke the Kim Kardashian flour-bomber made a comment about wearing fur, we knew it was only a matter of time before PETA showed up with their take on the attack. No surprise here, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals can see why it came down to this!

The Kim Kardashian flour-bomb attacker made no secret of why she dumped a bag of white powder on the reality star. Reports claim the mystery woman shouted, "Fur Hag!" dropping the bakery bomb heard round the gossip world.

A rep for PETA claims they had no part in the attack, stating to TMZ, "It was not [us]. We were given the video by an anti-fur activist on the scene."

Nonetheless they admit polite attempts to reach the fur-clad reality star have been entirely unsuccessful. "PETA has tried everything from polite letters to public protests, but Kim Kardashian has not been moved by the news that animals are beaten, electrocuted and even skinned alive for real fur garments," the rep went on to say. "Whoever threw that flour may reach her when our polite appeals did not."

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Kim Kardashian's flour-bombing did little to slow down the star. Thursday evening she dusted off the attack and was back on the carpet for her fragrance launch just 10 minutes later. Friday, the once again clean and curvaceous star showed up in a form-fitting dress (seemingly devoid of fur) in Los Angeles.

Speaking of the incident she posed this puzzler to TMZ, "If you're trying to promote nonviolence towards animals ... why are you trying to be violent towards humans?"

Is PETA right to applaud the Kim Kardashian flour-bombing in your book?

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Comments on "Kim Kardashian flour bomb: Better than being polite"

PETA SUCKS March 28, 2012 | 5:08 AM

PETA sucks! It is nothing but a group that shows outdated footage to get its point across. They use terror tactics and shock & awe to try to get people to not eat meat or where animals. Unfortunately if HUMANS did not eat meat animals would go unmanaged and then there would be no room for FARMS to plant veggies for the vegans. I know you wackos will try and come up and say not eating animals is good for the environment but animals left unmanaged destroy crops, property and pollute waters with their waste. So think and educate yourself as to why eating meat is a necessary means, you may not like it but for now it is legal. SO IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO WEAR ANIMALS OR EAT THEM THEN DON'T JUST LEAVE THOSE THAT DO ALONE!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am no fan of Kim K. but violence against animals is a lot different thant violence against humans, so she is right if you espouse non-violence against animals how can you support violence (no matter how light or hard) against humans. PETA SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brooke Haycraft March 27, 2012 | 11:13 AM

She deserved what she got. Anyone who wears fur deserves more than a flour bombing.

Teri March 26, 2012 | 11:57 AM

I love the Kardashians...They made a name for themselves, built an empire and people are jealous. I'm not for killing animals or humans and I believe that Kim or anyone for that matter should not wear fur from an animal that has been killed by any means. In the same note, I do not believe that she or anyone else should be treated the way the public have treated her and her family. Yes, she should be educated and she should as an example to many young women on this topic and other topics. People look up to people of this status, they set the tone for fashion and should be good examples to their fans. But, there are other ways to express their voices. The decision about her marriage should be her own, unfortunately again because of her status it became a world news, that is the price of being famous. That definitely was a MISTAKE and she is paying for it by all the sad things people are saying about her and her family. I just do not agree with the way the public has been treating her and her family. People are quick to judge others, but put in the same situations you don't know how you would react to the situation and what decisions you would make at that time. I do not like violence in any situation, against humans and animals!

Gabby March 25, 2012 | 6:38 AM

I'm a fan of the Kardashian's, Its a funny show to watch. I don't see why she just doesn't wear faux fur. its much nicer to see and you know there were no animals involved. If the Kardashian line sells faux why not wear it yourself Kim? PETA has done many great things over the years for animals. Lesson learned, faux is always the better choice.

GeeeBeee March 25, 2012 | 2:37 AM

"Speaking of the incident she (Kardashian) posed this puzzler to TMZ, 'If you're trying to promote nonviolence towards animals ... why are you trying to be violent towards humans?'" It is hard to believe that a carbon form as shallow as she couldn't figure that one out. I believe Peta tried educating her with evidence of violence against animals that are "beaten, electrocuted and even skinned alive for real fur garments." How dare she compare that violence to a woman carrying a bag of flour. It's too bad she doesn't educate herself about the senseless violence against animals promoted by the fashion industry. A bag of flour vs electrocution, beatings, and skinned alive? No comparison,no violence so speak of. Come on girl, you can think this through. It could have been paint!

Natasha Kaylie March 24, 2012 | 7:39 AM

She needs to be floured and bagged. Get rid of the entire Kardashian family. GAG!!!!

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