Khloe Kardashian has found herself in hot water after a clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashian show resurfaces on the internet showing the reality star allegedly using the N-word while talking to her sister, Kim Kardashian, and mother, Kris Jenner.
The footage presumably filmed back in 2019 just circulated online, sparking outrage from fans who demand actions to be taken upon the star.
In the video, Khloe could be heard ranting about having a black baby to her family members. She later went on to say, "I love black c--k," before allegedly proceeding to use the N-word in the conversation.
Even though her words were bleeped out due to her profanity, fans accused the TV personality of having uttered the offensive slur used against the African American community.
After the clip made its round on the social media platform, accumulating more than a million views, followers quickly voiced their opinions on the matter.
One woman who shared the video demanded Hulu cancel the famous family from their network.
"Dear @hulu, If you continue to enable the Kardashian family and give them a platform, I will cancel your service," she tweeted. "I will never condone racism or bullying the way the Kardashian/Jenner family continues to perpetuate," followed by #BoycottHulu and #CancelKardashians.
Sports reporter Chris Williamson wrote, "Khloe deff be using the n word casually when the cameras ain't rolling." Another user said, "Khloe really had the audacity to say 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 everyday of it."
A fourth person who was also stunned by the incident commented, "Why doesn't anybody talk about the fact that Khloe kardashian said the N word with the hard R on KUWTK??!?"
As Radar previously reported, Khloe is currently in the middle of a drama between her ex Tristan Thompson and his third baby, mama Maralee Nichols.
Thompson issued a public apology to Khloe after the paternity result revealed he was indeed the father of Nichols' child.
The athlete begged for her forgiveness, saying, "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 treated you over the years" before adding, "again, I am so incredibly sorry."
After ending their longtime tenure with E! Network, the Kardashian/Jenner family signed a multi-year deal with Hulu to "create global content."
On New Year's Eve, the streaming platform dropped a teaser trailer for the show with a synopsis that reads, "The Kardashian/Jenner family bring their exciting next chapter to Hulu ins this new, intimate journey into their lives."
So far, neither Hulu nor Khloe have commented on the re-emerged video.