Netizens Fume As Kim Kardashian Gets Tagged 'Martin Luther Kim' For Seeking Justice For Ahmaud Arbery Who Was Shot

Kim Kardashian recently called for justice for a black man named Ahmaud Arbery who was shot by a white man. As she made a justice call, some netizens compared her to Martin Luther King. This has not gone down well with many

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Netizens Fume As Kim Kardashian Gets Tagged 'Martin Luther Kim' For Seeking Justice For Ahmaud Arbery Who Was Shot
Kim Kardashian is soon to become a lawyer. While she is studying law, she is doing her best to bring justice to those who have been denied. After calling for justice for Alice Marie Johnson, Kim Kardashian recently made a justice call for a black man named Ahmaud Arbery who was shot dead by a white man while he was out for a jog. The incident took place in Georgia and Kim is now calling for Justice for Ahmaud. She recently tweeted about it asking people to sign a petition. This move of hers got her compared to Martin Luther King.

On Twitter, Kim wrote, "Please sign this petition so that charges will be filed and justice for Ahmaud Arbery’s family can be served #JusticeForAhmaudArbery." Some of her fans then started calling her Martin Luther Kim, but quite a few netizens seem to be against it. A netizen wrote, "Martin Luther Kim-As if 2020 could not be any more disrespectful." Another one wrote, "calling kim kardashian “Martin Luther Kim” for posting about ahmaud abrey is disrespectful to both MLK and Ahmaud bc ur involving his murder into ur ignorant jokes. just stop. its fr not the time."

Someone even wished that Martin Luther King's son comes back to life and kills everyone for comparing Kim to his father. The user wrote, "Me praying that MLK Jr comes back to life and kills everyone for calling that woman “Martin Luther Kim.” Check out some tweets here.
















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