Kendall Jenner’s Emojis Have Twitter Users Fuming

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Can Kendall Jenner do anything anymore without igniting racial backlash?

Apparently not. Kendall’s latest Twitter controversy all started with a single, pot-stirring emoji…

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She and her super famous family have kept us all wrapped up in a constant drama storm ever since their reality show Keeping Up With the Kardashians first aired back in 2007. At this point, it’s honestly hard to remember life BK* *Before Kardashians

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Seems harmless, right? Well, lots of heated Twitter users beg to differ.

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Of all the available emoji skin tones, Kendall picked the middle one. Kendall. Girl. I mean, maybe after a long day at the beach sans sunscreen?

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Yeah, girl. What they said.

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Eye rolls for days. Others were less into trashing her emoji choice, and more into criticizing other aspects of Kendall’s post…

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Haters managed to pick apart every single thing with which they took issue. These people have so much time on their hands.

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Super. Original.

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C’mon, friend. No need to rope those innocent water bottles into all of this.

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Right?! Don’t take away our Moana, Netflix! Please!

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It’s happened so many times, one might even start hypothesizing that she’s trying to push our buttons…

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Fans were not fans of Kendall suddenly becoming the face of all social justice. Gee, imagine that!

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Yeah. Not a good look, Pepsi.

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Kendall and her sister Kylie decided it would be a great idea to make “vintage” t-shirts for their Kendall + Kylie collection with sexy pictures of themselves superimposed over dead musicians’ album cover art. Why? Who even knows.

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Terribly. It was received terribly.

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Or you’ll keep sparking more rage-inducing Twitter controversies. Yeah, you’re right…it’ll probably be the latter.

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