Kim Kardashian accused of blackfishing AGAIN during date with Pete Davidson as fans beg her to ditch the 'heavy tan'

KIM Kardashian has been accused blackfishing yet again after she was seen flaunting a deep tan during a date with Pete Davidson.

The 41-year-old's complexion looked visibly darker than usual as she attended the Mark Twain Price For American Humor in Washington on Sunday.

Kim sported a heavy tan while wearing a black sequinned dress on the night.

The reality star – whose late father Rob was Armenian – sat next to her boyfriend Pete, 28. in the audience at The Kennedy Center.

Critics flooded Reddit to accuse the SKIMS mogul of blackfishing – a term that refers to someone pretending to be Black or mixed-race, using tools for hairstyling and makeup.

Journalist Wanna Thompson created the term and described it as "White public figures, influencers, and the like [who] do everything in their power to appear Black."

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One user wrote on Reddit in a since-deleted comment: "When are we going to pull [Kim] up on the constant blackfishing? She is just unabashedly pretending to be a different race?"

Another added: "Her dress is pretty, but she looks really dark. Like chill out on the spray tan."

A third commented: "I’m shocked Pete doesn’t get residually tan just from being around her bc damn, shawty out here looking like a solar flare."

"Right? Every time I see her next to Pete she literally looks Oompa Loompa-esque," a fourth user agreed.

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Kim has repeatedly been called out for blackfishing and cultural appropriation over the years.

Back in March, she was slammed for her "out of control" tan while on a dinner date with Pete.

In 2017, Kim was accused of blackfishing in a KKW Beauty ad, but retaliated by calling her critics "so toxic".


"I did a photoshoot for the first launch of my KKW beauty contour sticks and we wanted them really moody. I was really tan. I wanted to show the contour," Kim said in a resurfaced KUWTK clip.

"The photos ended up being a little bit darker than I was," she continued as a photo of her from the shoot appeared.

"There were some people online saying I was doing 'blackface' and that the photos were inappropriate."

The video cut to people on the internet tweeting about Kim's photos.

"The internet world is so toxic. And I feel like people are just waiting for you to make a mistake, just to point it out," she said.


"What do you do? It's already out," asked a friend in the video.

Kim just looked at her and then back at her laptop with a frustrated expression.

Earlier this month, the reality star and her sisters were accused of "extracting financial gain" from Black people in a scathing Los Angeles article.

The reporter used a quote from Ren Ellis Neyra, a Wesleyan University associate professor of African American studies.

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Ren wrote in the digital magazine Public Books: "The Kardashians are a prime example of multiracial white supremacy.

“A commercial enterprise posing as a family, the Kardashians are hell-bent on extracting financial gain from Black people and Black culture, even as they stigmatize, in particular, Black women through their project of multiracial whiteness.”

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