Khloé's brother-in-law Kanye West shared his own struggles with people not understanding his marriage to Kim at the Cannes Lion festival:"Two years of people not understanding an interracial relationship, two years of people not understanding the idea of the art world meets the pop world, you have to take the lash and be able to swim in the backlash," says the rapper of his relationship."‘I still take a bashing for the "Bound" video [which featured Kim.] I always say that if had come out before the Bound video then everyone would have been like 'Oh it’s OK' and that’s the endorsement."The ignorant people of the world can take several seats, because the Kardashians and company have no time for bigotry."Khloé doesn't discriminate in her romantic relationships, and it's still pretty insane that we've come so far only to have certain people still upset about romances across racial lines.
Kardashian fan Kelsey wrote a letter to Khloé, stating how, in 2016, people still look down on Kelsey's relationship with a man of a different race.
Khloé, who published the letter on her app, has been involved in several interracial relationships of her own, and is rumored to be involved with NBA player Tristan Thompson.
here's a guy I like who wants to go out with me, but Idon't know if I should because he's black," confided a friendrecently.
I come from a multiracial background (I am American Indian, Asian, black and white) and understand her dilemma.
If a fan is having trouble with people's unsolicited opinions on her relationship, Khloé has likely dealt with it as well — only, for Khloé, her fame means millions of people can give commentary on her life.Khloé took to her app to share how she feels about the issue: "I don't support racism or discrimination of any kind and I especially don't understand why some people are still against interracial relationships. It's so crazy because we're all human beings capable of love so why does skin color have anything to do with it?