AceShowbiz - Kim Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian's recent visit at Disneyland has created a controversy. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alums, who went to theme park to celebrate True Thompson's birthday, found themselves being dragged by online users for hogging the rides.
In a video circulating on TikTok, the sisters and their kids were seen on the spinning teacups. It was unveiled that "the Kardashians cut the line" and got the ride to themselves, making "common folk wait and watch them." In the clip, the majority of the seats were empty.
"It seemed like forever," the user said in the footage. "We finally got on 30 minutes later."
Many have since slammed Kim and Khloe. They even compared the two to Cardi B, who was recently spotted riding the ride with other guests despite her celebrity status. "Cardi was on the ride with everyone, just had her security ride alone. This is weird idk how they're not a part of cancel culture," one person argued. "Wow, that's not cool. Talk about privileges," another fumed.
"Why can't they do what Cardi did? She had security ride so everyone else could too," someone else asked. A different individual, meanwhile, wondered, "Don't they feel awkward with people just waiting while they spin in lil tea cups lol."
Khloe herself recently created a debacle after she accidentally confirmed the 2021 rumors about her photoshopping True's Disneyland pictures. During her recent trip, the Good American founder let it slip on Instagram Story that her toddler just visited Happiest Place on Earth for the first time.
The revelation made people question the December 2021 photos of True and Kim's daughter Chicago West posing together at Disneyland. A fan page then put those images side by side, before someone on Twitter screenshotted it and asked the Kardashian sisters, "the people have questions."
In response, the ex-girlfriend of Tristan Thompson awkwardly responded "Welllppp I f**ked this one up." Trying to avoid the topic, she said, "Anyways…… let's focus on something else. Our show airs in a few days."