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Khloe Kardashian wore a faux fur coat with red pain spelling out 'Fxck Yo Fur'Khloe Kardashian wore a faux fur coat with red pain spelling out 'Fxck Yo Fur'

Khloe Kardashian Wears Fake Fur That Says ‘F*ck Yo Fur’ in Red

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Khloe Kardashian made quite the fashion statement on Monday. In a shopping trip with her sisters, Kim and Kourtney, Khloe wore a dramatic floor length faux fur coat — with red paint on the back spelling out ‘F*ck Yo Fur.”

The reality star tweeted shortly after she was swarmed by paparazzi in New York:

Khloe Kardashian fur

Khloe was quick to add that her protest was not in any way affiliated with PETA, an organization she stopped supporting after the organization poured flour over her sister, Kim, an avid fur wearer, back in 2011. She added in another tweet:

Hopefully Khloe’s peaceful protests will affect Kim and her husband and fellow fur wearer Kanye West. Although, she preempted the issue with a final tweet.

 

Feb 17, 2014 | F*ck Yo Fur!!! Fake fur all day people!! by KhloeKardashian on Keek.com

 Via New York Daily News

Photo Credit: Shutterstock

Feb 17, 2014 | F*ck Yo Fur!!! Fake fur all day people!! by KhloeKardashian on Keek.com

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  • aa

    What an idiot!

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