Kim Kardashian gets schooled as she calls herself 'Cheetah Girl' after donning leopard print suit
HIDDEN HILLS, CALIFORNIA: Kim Kardashian was spotted donning a neck-to-toe animal print ensemble that included leopard print body suit and jaguar print boots. However, she was slammed by several social media users after she got the big cat's name wrong and called herself a 'CHEETAH GIRL', referring to a now-defunct girl group.
Many fans took to Reddit to bash 'The Kardashians' star over her faux pas. "Proving to us every day that she simply isn't smart." Wrote a critic, while another added, "I know the difference between the two lol. Maybe if you zoom in you can see small parts of cheetah. But this is like 98 percent Leopard lol. Pretty sure she thinks this is pure cheetah." One exasperated fan wrote, "As a wildlife conservationist, this pisses me off so much. Do some research please!!! One of my biggest irks."
The incident occurred right after Kim's fans caught her in the middle of a seething lie over her gray hair. 'The Kardashians' star was trolled for a white fib, where she lied on 'Live With Kelly And Ryan' that she has no gray hair. Ryan asked Kim, "You don't have any gray hair?" The 'KUWTK' star responded with, "I have not gone gray yet. I haven't had gray hair yet. Isn't that weird?" Fans were quick to point to an old video from an episode of 'The Kardashians' where her stylist asked her, "Want me to pull his gray hair out?" to which Kim had responded with "Absolutely. SNL stress is getting to me."
Fans took to Reddit, with one saying, "Her obsession with lying to seem superior to other women is nuts". Another pointed out, "Remember that episode where Kim tried Botox when Mason was a baby. Kris said she found a grey hair on Kim at the restaurant and made fun of her and Kim said mom you have 500, your whole head is grey lol. Kim was 29" One critic wrote, "what a f*kn weird thing to lie about. I got my first grey hair at like 24."
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