Khloé Kardashian criticized for wearing cornrows: 'You're not black'

Khloé Kardashian is once again courting controversy with her style.

In March, the reality star received backlash after she sported bronzed skin and a curly wig for Diana Ross’s 75th birthday party.

Now the 34-year-old is facing new charges of cultural appropriation after sharing vacation photos that show her wearing her hair in cornrows. The braided hairstyle has been popularized by people of color, who often face discrimination and dress code violations as a result.

Kardashian’s followers were quick to call her out over the cornrows.

“Having a black kid doesn't give you permission to appropriate black hair, you know,” one admonished the mother to 1-year-old True Thompson. “Just saying... “

“You’re not black sis,” read another comment.

“You don’t have to leave, but please leave that hairstyle behind,” added a commenter.

“Those braids aren't you,” read another comment. “You’re not black hun!!”

“So none of her black friends gonna tell her this hair ain’t it?” asked a follower, referencing Kardashian’s best friends, Malika and Khadijah Haqq, who joined her on the trip.

Fans pushed back against the criticism.

“Every one saying she’s not black ... why is it that we white women can't braid our hair, but colored women can wear wigs?” one wrote. “I don't get it. It’s hair. Calm the F down.”

“When there’s a war on women happening ... can we just support each other?!” another wrote. “She looks great ... they’re braids ... not a personal attack on anyone.”

Kim Kardashian has also faced accusations of cultural appropriation with her own hairstyles, including cornrows and Fulani braids.

Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:

Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.