Khloe Kardashian’s affairs of the heart have been all over the news. Although she is heartbroken, it seems nobody is willing to cut her some slack. The Keeping Up With The Kardashian star has been accused of blackfishing once again and this time at the hands of Wendy Williams show hosts Kym Whitley and Finesse Mitchell.

In a recent episode of The Wendy Williams Show, Khole was accused of trying to look black. The Wendy Williams Show host, Finesse Mitchell didn’t hold black. Finesse slammed Khloe for blackfishing whilst comparing her old photos.

“Look at Khloe, look at that beautiful African American woman right there,” Finesse jokingly told the audience while showing a picture of Khloe. “Talk about a ten-year challenge, do we have an old picture of Khloe?” Finesse continued by saying, “Now look at that! look at the one on the left, it’s Linda Ronstadt, and the one on the right is Rihanna. That’s the best ten-year challenge.”

This is not the first time the Kardashians have been accused of blackfishing. Last October, Khloe’s little sister Kylie Jenner was called out by fans online for her overly tanned complexion. Kim Kardashian also recently addressed previous claims of Blackfishing over her past hairstyle choices saying she would never do anything to appropriate any culture within her style.

As for Khloe’s dating life, it seems that she is open to dating again after the Tristan Thompson drama. Despite her declaration that she will never take Tristian back, she is open to the idea of True meeting Tristian’s newborn son. Khloe is gradually healing, and it is obvious.

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