Khloe Kardashian fans call for new Hulu reality show to be CANCELED after 'racist' clip of star resurfaces

FANS have urged Hulu to cancel the new Kardashians show after an old "racist" clip of Khloe resurfaced.

The new reality series has been set for premiere in early 2022, between late January and early February.

Fans have ripped Khloe Kardashian, 37, as "racist" after an old clip re-emerged from her time on Keeping Up With the Kardashians.

In the old scene, the reality star spoke to defend her sister Kim after trolls accused her of appropriating black culture.

When offering a response to the haters, Khloe said: "Hashtag fact, my baby is black.

"Hashtag I only like black c**k. That's what I would say."

Then, the TV personality appeared to use the n-word when she described some of the name-callings she receives from fans.

After one Twitter user re-shared the old clip to the platform, fans rushed to plead with Hulu to "cancel" their new show.

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"Dear @hulu, If you continue to enable the Kardashian family and give them a platform, I will cancel your service," one wrote.

"I will never condone racism or bullying the way the Kardashian/Jenner family continues to perpetuate," they added before closing with the hashtags: "#boycotthulu" and "#cancelkardashians."

A second agreed: "They need to be cancelled!! Why did Hulu even bother extending the life of this show??

"It’s culturally insensitive and not in keeping with societal changes. The whole family is a group of culture vultures…. I’m over them!!"

Another complained: "Oh hell no! Why haven’t I known about this?"

Sports reporter Chris Williamson chimed in to say: "Khloe deff be using the n-word casually when the cameras ain't rolling."

"Khloe really had the audacity to say [sic] she loves black d**k and the N-word so casually. And you know it's an old clip because it was 25 faces ago but she was still looking like a hard 50 and every day of it," another slammed.

A final ranted: "Why doesn't anybody talk about the fact that Khloe Kardashian said the N-word with the hard R on KUWTK??!?"


Despite Khloe's controversial past, Hulu has planned to move forward with the release of the Kardashian's newest reality show.

After announcing the venture in September, the network has ensured a quick turnaround and the show is set to drop in the next several weeks.

The new series followed the end of Keeping Up With the Kardashians after 15 years.


Khloe has been the center of drama recently after the news broke that her baby daddy Tristan Thompson welcomed a third child with another mistress.

Earlier this month, the Sacramento Kings player finally admitted that the child was his own, after ordering a DNA test to be completed following the birth.

After his outright admission, the NBA basketballer will most likely be required to pay out as much as $40K a month in child support.

New York marriage lawyer Morghan Leia Richardson, told HollywoodLife Tristan will have to pay up until the newborn turns 18.

"In looking at a support award, the court will review both parents’ monthly incomes, and the amount of time that the child spends with each parent," the attorney said. "All income, including money/wages, tips, commissions, bonuses, unemployment benefits, interest income, dividend income, rental income, insurance payouts – all of it is fair game for calculating child support.

"For awards where the parties earn extremely high incomes, such as Tristian, the court will plug the numbers into the support calculator, but also consider several other factors.

"One argument for a larger award would be to ensure that the child has the same or similar lifestyle in both homes."


On Monday, January 3, Tristan revealed he got the results back of his much-anticipated paternity test while publicly begging ex Khloe to forgive him.

Writing on Instagram that night, Tristan, 30, dropped the big news: "Today, paternity test results revealed that I fathered a child with Maralee Nichols."

He continued on his Story: “I take full responsibility for my actions. Now that paternity has been established, I looked forward to amicably raising our son.

"I sincerely apologize to everyone I’ve hurt or disappointed throughout this ordeal both publicly and privately.

He then turned his attention directly to his ex in a separate Instagram Story slide.

"Khloe. you don't deserve this. You don't deserve the heartache and humiliation I have caused you.

"You don't deserve the way I have treated you over the years. My actions have certainly not lined up with the way I view you.

"I have the utmost respect and love for you, regardless of what you may think

"Again I am so incredibly sorry," he concluded his emotional plea.

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