Kim Kardashian has provoked PETA once again by wearing a dead animal.
The reality show star recently slithered into a pair of thigh-high snakeskin boots, which she wore to go shopping with boyfriend Kanye West in Paris. And now PETA seems to be worried that Kim might make the transition from python to puppies someday - spokesperson Wendy Wegner said of her foul footwear, "They'd go well with a Dalmatian-fur coat." She probably shouldn't plant an idea like that in Cruella Kardashian's head.
Surprisingly, Kim isn't the only celebrity whose fashion choices have been criticized in the last few days. After being photographed wearing a keffiyeh, British boy band singer Zayn Malik was bizarrely accused of "pimping Islam" by conservative blogger Debbie Schlussel. She believes that the Muslim One Direction star's scarf is the "official garb of Islamic terrorism." Sadly this isn't the first time that a celeb has been bashed for wearing a piece of cloth around their neck - in 2008 conservative commentator Michelle Malkin spearheaded a campaign against a Dunkin' Donuts ad because Rachael Ray was wearing a similar scarf. Other celebs like Kanye have also worn the keffiyeh as a harmless fashion accessory, but Rachael's ad was still eventually pulled. Who knew that TV cooks and boy bands posed such a threat to America?
It should probably come as no surprise that Rihanna also recently caused a controversy with one of her fashion choices. The singer was photographed wearing a T-shirt tribute to Tupac's tattoos while she was in London, but instead of the words "Thug Life," she had the phrase "C**t Life" printed on it. At this point RiRi rocking the C-word really isn't all that shocking, but there has reportedly been "a fair bit of uproar" about the look.
Meanwhile Miley Cyrus didn't just get criticized for wearing a tiny pair of shorts - she got diagnosed for her daring look. The singer/actress was recently photographed bending over while shopping at American Apparel, and a good portion of her butt was left hanging out of her diminutive daisy dukes. According to Hollywood Life, psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig thinks that Miley is an exhibitionist flashing her flesh to get attention. According to the Doc, "There's a bit of charge in baring or being slightly naughty." It seems like RiRi is "suffering" from the same psychological need to be naughty.
Then there's RiRi's friend Katy Perry, who recently wore a nude bodysuit to the MuchMusic Awards. However, her worst fashion decision of the night wasn't the vajazzled body glove that left little to the imagination - many moms were livid after learning of her decision to dress a little girl in her "California Gurls" cupcake bra. She had a big group of young fans dressed like her various music video characters, but some parents didn't find the homage cute - one commenter tweeted that the girls looked "like a bunch of mini hookers." Katy must be a "Toddlers & Tiaras" fan.
So do you think that these celebrities deserve all this criticism for their fashion choices, or are people just overreacting to the wacky wardrobes of the stars?
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