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How The Kardashians Keep Getting Away With Villainizing Black Men

Ezinne Ukoha
4 min readApr 13, 2018


I won’t spend much time on this — but to be honest I need to let off some steam because I spent last night and much of today under siege from an allergy attack — but after popping some lovelies — I’m feeling fine and feisty.

I’m annoying as fuck because even though I like to play like I don’t give a damn about Keeping up with Kardashians/Jenners — I can’t seem to stop myself from sharing redundant commentary — especially when yet another biracial baby girl joins the clan.

So — Khloe just fulfilled her moral obligation to the world by hooking up with Lamar’s wimpy replacement. Shit! I literally had to google his name! Maybe there’s hope for me after all.

Okay — So Tristan Thompson sorta looks like Lamar Odom when you consider that they’re both basketball players who happen to be the Black men that Kris Jenner — Khloe’s momager specifically chose for imminent destruction.

Lamar tried his damndest — but even he was no match for the well-dressed beast in heels who has no qualms paying for her underage daughter to go under the knife in the name of all the Calabasas-based socialites — who just can’t compete with puffed up lips and the unheard of shade of pink — that covers them.

Kanye looks like Kanye West — but he’s really a template that is wound up enough times for staged photos and the frozen smile that reveals everything we need to know for the blueprint of Get Out.

Kris Humpheries was the real MVP! You have to imagine that when he was wooing The Kardashians with his reluctance to be toyed with — for the sake of the cameras that he kicked apart with his glare and refreshing improvisation — he pretty much wrote Kanye’s obituary without realizing it.

The one that got away truly gave Kris the foresight to make sure that such a disaster would never occur on her watch.

Lamar paid for it when the spinoff that he and the tallest Kardashian sister — began to show signs of imminent failure. The only way to redeem himself was to become the villain of an enterprise that was set up to make people of color beneficial — only if they made The Kardashians look like innocent victims of their best intentions.