For some people, the 33-year-old first-time mom-to-be, Khloé Kardashian’s new “cleanliness and organization” series called ‘Khlo-C-D’ is offensive, though it isn’t related to cultural appropriation.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star launched the blunder through her app and website for which the expectant reality star hit by the avalanche of backlash.
Khloé took to Snapchat to made an announcement, she revealed the launch of her week-long series, in which the reality star will let her fans in on her very own “lazy-girl hacks for cleaning everyday object.” She’ll also share her “two major secrets to staying organized,” and more in her new “cleanliness and organization” series called ‘Khlo-C-D.’
According to Cosmopolitan, the Revenge Body host has kicked the very same title around before in 2015, when she shared a video of herself she titled KHLO-C-D: Cookie Jars, in which she was featured arranging cookies inside a jar.
And now it’s quite obvious that why the title is so questionable as it plays off the mental illness called Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, which isn’t only a way to say “clean and tidy.” As per WebMD report, “People with OCD can have either obsessive thoughts and urges or compulsive, repetitive behaviors. Some have both obsessions and compulsions.”
Many people believe that the name of the series — Khlo-C-D — is disrespectful, even if the title of series was just supposed to be a witty pun. Many people felt that its offensive took to Twitter to express what they feel about the series, the fans admitted that they love Khloé and her famous Kar-Jenner blended family, but the name is offensive.
One Twitter user wrote, “#KhloCD is really gross and is exploiting a real mental illness. It’s not about needing lables on your cereal or photo cataloging jewelry… I love @khloekardashian but who on the team thought this was a good idea??”
Another added, “Hello @khloekardashian, I’m just wondering if you could explain to me what “Khlo-C-D” is and why you chose that name. Because personally, I suffer from OCD which is a mental illness that isn’t fun. I take medication to control most of my compulsive urges.”