Kendall Jenner Accused of Cultural Appropriation in Today’s Star Sightings

Kendall Jenner is in hot water again.

Just weeks after she faced backlash for using Tupac Shakur’s image without consent on a t-shirt for her fashion line, the model has been accused of being a “cultural vulture” for appropriating Mexican-American culture.

In an Instagram photo posted on the Kendall + Kylie clothing line account she shares with sister Kylie Jenner, a faceless woman can be seen modeling flowing an oversized plaid shirt with the top two buttons fastened over a lace bustier — a style largely associated with Latina women who embraced the chola subculture.

The post has since been deleted from the Instagram. However, the $145 top is still for sale on the Kendall + Kylie website.

As many know, this is not the first time the girls have been called out for seemingly stealing from another person’s culture for their gain. In 2015, Kylie infamously sparked the wrath of the black community when she wore cornrows. When she was called out by Everything, Everything star Amandla Stenberg for the faux pas, the lip queen queen quickly dismissed her and poked fun of the actress’ relationship with ex-boyfriend Jaden Smith.

“Mad if I don’t, Mad if I do,” she wrote. “Go hang w Jaden or something.”