Kylie Jenner has been accused of “blackfishing” yet again after posting videos of herself looking tanned than usual in recent Instagram Stories.
Jenner, 24, shared a selfie video of herself with a noticeably darker skin tone on Sunday.
Fans accused the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star of blackfishing, a modern term for someone on social media who pretends to be black by changing their appearance through makeup, editing, or even surgery.
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“Nobody talks about kylie’s blackfishing huh….” one user tweeted.
Another added, “Clearly she’s trying to look black.”
One user captioned a tweet with a meme of Kylie Jenner holding her head while an espresso martini sat atop her neck, “She said ‘no one blackfish like me.'”
“Brownnn skiiinnnn guurrlllllllll,” someone tweeted alongside a photo of Rachel Dolezal, the former activist who claimed to be black despite being born to white parents.
In August, Kylie Jenner received similar charges of blackfishing when she quickly edited a caption under one of her selfies from “brown skinned girl” to “brown eyed girl.”
Another tweeted, “i thought that was beyonce at first glance.”
One user summed up fans’ outrage, writing, “WHY IS HER SKIN COLOR LIKE THAT?”
Many fans also compared Jenner’s situation to the recent fan backlash faced by former “Little Mix” singer Jesy Nelson.
“so y’all get mad at that Jesy Nelson girl for ‘blackfishing’ but nobody says anything when it comes to Kylie??? I’m just confused,” one user commented.
Another tweeted, “She actually looks black, way darker than Jesy.”
“Kylie and Jesy fighting to see who can be the queen of black fishing omg,” one sarcastically wrote.
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Nelson, 30, sparked furor earlier this month when fans accused her of blackfishing in her debut solo music video, “Boyz” featuring Nicki Minaj.
The singer addressed accusations and assured fans she never wanted to hurt or offend anyone.
“I personally want to say that my intention was never, ever to offend people of colour with this video and my song because like I said, growing up as a young girl, this is the music that I listened to,” Nelson told Nicki Minaj during an Instagram Live on Oct. 12.