Kylie Jenner has come under fire after making a cameo appearance in Cardi B's new music video for her single 'WAP'.
The reality TV star is barely in the video, but her brief appearance has caused outrage among some of Cardi's fans.
In the fairly racy video, Kylie can be seen wearing a leopard print unitard, sashaying her way down a corridor in slow motion.
But with the Jenner family having previously been accused of appropriating black culture on multiple occasions, Cardi's fans didn't take too kindly to multi-millionaire Kylie being given a role in the video.
Many took to social media to share their displeasure:
One person wrote: "Kylie Jenner was just unnecessary on the Cardi B/ Megan Thee Stallion music video and that's the nicest way I can put it."
It has also led to someone creating a petition to have Jenner removed from the video entirely. Ouch.
The Change.org petition reads: "The video was perfect until we saw K and I wanted to throw my phone."
Commenting on the petition, one signee said: "I was happily enjoying my daily cup of brown women until that culture stealing coloniser showed up and made me spill. Thank you."
While another added: "She is a culture vulture who doesn't remember how her own complexion looks! Down with the culture vultures!!!"
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This comes a few months after people accused Jenner of cultural appropriation when she posted a photograph of herself with braided hair.
Fans hit out at the 22-year-old for her post, taken from a shoot at the beginning of last year.
The picture, posted on her Instagram stories, shows the billionaire modelling bleach blonde hair with twist braids, a style associated with black culture.
The photo was also shared by photographers the Morelli brothers, who took the shot.
They posted the snap on their Instagram account, with the caption: "Happy New Year People!"
According to the two men, singer Gwen Stefani was the original inspiration for the hairstyle.
Offended by the picture, users hit out at the reality star by commenting on the Morelli brothers' post.
One person said: "The cultural appropriation jumped out."
A second added: "She wants to be a black woman so bad, until it's time to be a black woman."
Another shocked user chimed in with: "I hope you're not serious."
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