Khloé Kardashian attacked after insensitive comments about Ciara's celibacy
Khloé Kardashian took aim at Ciara and Russell Wilson's celibacy vow during her episode of Kocktails With Khloé this week, and fans are extremely unimpressed with her insensitive comments.
Kardashian said the couple "should be having sex" because, "It's not like we don't know if she is a virgin or not… None of us would know about it if they weren't publicly telling us that they are practicing celibacy, so who are you trying to prove this to? Is it a look?"
However, the backlash for Kardashian has been swift and fast, and when she uploaded a completely unrelated Instagram picture, critics were quick to share their views.
"@Khloekardashian u supported ur sister when she posted her naked self picture n [sic] bashing @ciara for closing her legs? R u serious? So sleeping around or getting pregnant with someone else's child while still married is ok? U don't want people to mention your family name but u can't [sic] talk dumb things about ciara?" misspdelad wrote.
"You and your family have to be the most ignorant ass group of people," swat27 wrote. "I don't know why they keep giving y'all a platform to embarrass yourselves over and over...."
User 1mamaafrica was particularly angry, writing, "Just because you come from a family of whores doesn't mean that everyone else is. The audacity to say Ciara practicing celibacy is for publicity when everything you and your disgusting family do is for attention. Worry about why all of your relationships has [sic] failed. What's your body count now? Maybe you should consider celibacy and deflate your lips..."
Vie_de_luxe7 also weighed in, writing, "Ask yourself why you have been having sex and none if [sic] the men you had stayed? Let people follow their path. They want to please God so what'is [sic] your problem?worry about yourself. That's just pure jealousy."
Kardashian also attempted to clear the air on what she really meant by her comments, adding that she respects Ciara and that people had been watching an edited version of the show.