It seems like lately, the world is constantly *face-palming* at Kendall and Kylie Jenner's every move.
For what seems like the billionth time, the girls have been accused of cultural appropriation, again, with their clothing line.
This look was added to their 2017 'Fall' collection:
No, it's not the ridiculously over priced $145 dollar flannel that people are angry at, but how it's being styled.
The top button being done up, with the rest being open exposing an undershirt is a common style in Mexican cholo/chola culture.
Naturally, Twitter is alight with accusations thrown at the girls.
Just like every other time they do something that angers people, they quickly delete the evidence. But don't they know that the internet never forgets?!
It's the vintage tee debacle all over again.
We can only assume we will get some sort of apology from the girls soon, that, or they'll ignore it like Kendall ignored the Pepsi ad.