Khloe posted a photo on Instagram showing boyfriend French Montana cradling a semi-automatic assault weapon.
She chugged champagne in sunglasses like a “gangsta.”
The move follows another photo she posted in April showing her brandishing a handgun while wearing a sheep costume.
Rap’s Culture of Gun Violence
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In February a year ago, Kim flashed a piece on Twitter, a jewel-encrusted revolver with a gold-plated bullet chamber. The photo clearly glorified weapons, even though the Kardashians previously pledged to oppose gun violence.
Sadly, Khloe posted the photo the same day that up-and-coming rapper OTF Nunu, 21, was gunned down outside a South Side Chicago shopping mall.
The rapper, real name McArthur Swindle was sitting in his SUV when an assailant, who is still at large, opened fire, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Rappers Lil Snupe and Doe B have also been gunned down in the past year.
The photo also follows closely on the heels of the Isla Vista mass murder in Santa Barbara.
Rap was plagued by gun violence in the 1990s during East Coast, West-Coast feuding. It took the lives of Hip-Hop icons Biggie Smalls, Tupac Shakir and others.
When celebrities like the Kardashians glamorize guns it has a ripple effect down to the streets, encouraging young rappers to think its cool to brandish handguns… and often use them.
Khloe and Kim will likely never set foot in Chicago’s South Side projects, or open one of their trendy boutiques there. But their reckless behavior will definitely be felt.
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