Kris Jenner Slammed For NOT Using N-Word In Kanye West “N**gas In Paris” Instagram Message (VIDEO)
As Gossip Cop has reported, this weekend marks Kim Kardashian and West’s first wedding anniversary. Many in the family are taking to Instagram to share throwback photos and video from the extravagant festivities, including Jenner, who has posted about the rehearsal dinner party held at the Palace of Versailles in Paris. For her last post on Saturday night, the matriarch shared a short clip of a fireworks display West had organized.
In the caption, Jenner wrote, “End of the night …And of course in the rain, under umbrellas, Kanye treated us to Fireworks… And if you listen closely…his huge hit song ‘Great People in Paris’……..and boy did we dance the night away … Especially Khloe #justsayin.” Commenters immediately seized on the “Great People in Paris” part, which she had put in place of “N**gas in Paris.”
One person even wrote to Jenner, “B*tch the song is ‘N**GAS in Paris’!!! You afraid to say the N-word in 2015?!? What a stupid ugly plastic fake ass b*tch you are!!” The same individual went on to write, “It’s the title of the song that says explicitly N**GAS. By writing great people she is displaying MUCH MORE DISRESPECT because she’s trying to avoid it but she’s just creating a bigger focus on the term! It would have been disrespectful if she called Kanye a ni**a…but in this case it’s the title of the song and she is RIDICULOUS just like all her fake family.
Jenner was not without defenders, though, including the person who remarked, “It’s called having respect for Black people and knowing her place.” Someone else commented, “I’m black and I find what she did as CLASSY and RESPECTFUL! She censored out the word not be verbally beaten over social media but of course my people find a reason to get mad because if she would’ve used the actual word people would’ve been calling her a racist! She played it smart and I respect her for that! Call her what you want but you can’t call her a racist.”
As Gossip Cop reported, Lindsay Lohan was blasted in March for using “#kanye&kimAlldayn*gga$” in an Instagram post, before she quickly deleted the message and re-wrote it without the offending word. And in 2012, Gossip Cop reported Gwyneth Paltrow was criticized for a tweet she sent while at a West concert, where she wrote, “Ni**as in paris for real.” Amidst a backlash, the actress attempted to clarify, writing, “Hold up. It’s the title of the song!” See Jenner’s full post below, and tell us if you think she was right or wrong to change the title to avoid the N-word.