Kim Kardashian and North West Come Under Racial Fire

  on July 02 2014 8:11 AM
Kim Kardashian Pregnant with Baby North
Singer Kanye West and reality television actress Kim Kardashian arrive at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit celebrating the opening of ''PUNK: Chaos to Couture'' in New York, May 6, 2013.

Kim Kardashian recently became a victim to racial slur on an airplane. The "KUWTK" star was travelling with her mother Kim Kardashian and daughter North West when a woman reportedly shouted at Kim, "Kanye West's baby."

According to Hollywoodlife reports, the unidentified woman on plane went on to say: "She's with a black guy and that baby is black, and you need to shut that black baby up." Then the woman went on to scream on the airplane that Kim had made a "sex video with a black guy."

By sex video the woman was referring to Kardashian's sex video with Ray J. The video was leaked in 2003. The whole story of Kim's encounter with a racist woman came to surface on one of the "KUWTK" episodes.

However, this is not the only racial incident that Kim had experienced. She even recounted an incident where she attended the Vienna Ball in February as a date of 81-year-old billionaire host Richard Luger. There the reality star got scared when a man called Chris Stephan confronted her while wearing a black face.

"I can't believe there is this guy in full blackface. I just am so confused. I don't get why he or anyone else would find this funny. This is supposed to be a really nice upscale event. How did this guy get in? Is this like a sick joke?" she said in "KUWTK" episode as per the Web site.

Meanwhile, in another Kimye news, the couple is planning to sell off a small property, they bought in Bel Air Estate. The couple reportedly spent $11 million on the house' renovation, but it is still not ready.

"Kim's over how long it's taking," the magazine reported the reason for selling off the house.

The couple is looking for other properties.  "They are looking into other possibilities. The renovations are taking longer than expected," the insider told the Web site.

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