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Khloe (Why The Hell Am I Famous?) Kardashian Calls Scott Disick “Homo” On Her Radio Show

Khloe (Why The Hell Am I Famous?) Kardashian has a radio show in Dallas, TX called  Mix Up w/ Khloe Kardashian Odom, mostly because her husband is Dallas Maverick Lamar Odom and NOT because of talent showed how classless she really was when she  “called her brother-in-law Scott Disick a “homo” for carrying a man bag:

“What kind of homo are you? “Seriously? That is not what men… a straight man doesn’t carry a Birkin Bag.”

Disick immediately called Kardashian out

“First of all, you shouldn’t say ‘homo’ on the radio. [Second,] it’s not a bad thing to be a homosexual. You’re making it sound like a negative thing. Third I’m not a homosexual. Fourth, I didn’t come out of the closet—it’s a man bag.”

But was that enough for the talentless Kardashian?  Oh no!  She took it one step further:

Let me just tell you: I am the queen of my gay community which I love and adore. And I promote doing the tranny look-alike contest. I am queen bee over here so don’t even try it.”

Queen of the gay community?  Honey you ain’t even the scullery maid.

Khloe COWdashian’s comment was unacceptable. It promotes bullying, homophobia and intolerance. The ramifications of her off-hand “homo” comment helps perpetulate hate in classrooms and playgrounds and hallways throughout our schools

As for the Kardashians in general I blame Ryan Seacreast and the E Network. 

Without Ms. Seacrest the Kardashians would be just the “Jenners” and only Bruce would have to bear their insufferable stupidity.


Will Kohler

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