Kim Kardashian was forced to recap 2 million of his garments after a cultural appropriation backup | Celebrity News

Kim Kardashian was forced to recap 2 million of his garments after a cultural appropriation backup | Celebrity News

After receiving a great background for cultural appropriation, Kim Kardashian decided to rename its cultivated brand, KIMONO,.

The KKW Beauty mogul was applied by Japanese fans to improperly use the name of their traditional clothes, and Kim was responding quickly.

But by the time she realized her mistake, 2 million garments were already made, and she had to re-label each one.

In deciding how to do this, she took social media to share her ideas.

She explained in the video: "Because I wanted everything to be seamless and good, we printed everything inside all the garments," he said.

"So now I have to find a solution and not be unhappy because we have had almost two million printed items to date with Kimono's name."

Then the star Keeping Up with The Kardashian shared four options she was considering as a solution.

The first option involved placing a large black square on the logo. But Kim doesn't seem to want to do that, saying: "I don't like that, it seems too big,"

She decided to adhere to her fourth option, which included placing a small rectangular patch over the Kimono logo. She said: "I like this one – really tiny, no matter that nice tag it,"

Luckily, despite his mistake, fans of reality star took Twitter to praise her efforts.

She was also praised by other followers for not being dissatisfied: "In addition, I must recommend you to deal with this urgently, and not be misleading."

Four of her followers also said through Twitter than she is "listening, learning and growing,"

"I appreciate the passion and different perspectives that people give me," she continued.

We know that the official brand name!

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