Kardashians are STILL throwing a Christmas Eve bash despite getting slammed for Kim’s 40th and Kendall’s 25th – The Sun

THE Kardashians will still be throwing their annual Christmas Eve bash – despite getting slammed for their recent "tone-deaf" celebrations.

Khloe Kardashian said the event will probably be "way smaller" and guests will be tested for coronavirus beforehand.

Khloe made the claims after a fan asked her: "OMG I just realized… is the Kardash/Jenner Christmas party getting cancelled this year?"

The KUWTK star replied: "I pray not! I think it will have to be way smaller obviously. And I’m totally fine with that! But we’re definitely celebrating Christmas!

"It will just have to be small and safe. Maybe do rapid testing before. We have to think of what is safest."

Critics lashed out at Khloe's plans, saying it would be "safest" to not have a party at all.

One raged: "Maybe not throwing multiple parties during a global pandemic is the safest and you’re too out of touch to realize?"

Another added: "Why is it so hard for y’all to just stay home. Not the end of the world to not have a party, damn."

A third user fumed: "They haven't followed the rules so far, why start now? Rules apparently don't apply to the filthy rich."


It comes after just weeks after Kim faced a slew of backlash for documenting her celebrating her 40th birthday with more than 30 of her closest friends and family on a private island.

The KKW Beauty mogul was slammed for her "disgusting display of wealth" as she shared a series of family photos from the Tahitian island.

The mom-of-four said at the time: “After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.

“We danced, rode bikes, swam near whales, kayaked, watched a movie on the beach and so much more.”

Fans were outraged by Kim’s “out of touch” post as many are still out of work or fighting for their lives due to the global pandemic.

One critic tweeted: “I don’t mind that they went on this trip but the audacity to post it for all to see is so out of touch with reality.

“The rich really don’t have sympathy for the poor and don’t have the common sense to see how shoving it in people’s faces is bad.”

Another raged: ”This conspicuous display of wealth is f**king disgusting, especially when so many are suffering. She can do these things because others live with so little. Redistribute her wealth now.”

A week later, Kendall Jenner faced similar backlash for throwing an extravagant Halloween-themed 25th birthday party for more than 100 guests that appeared not to comply with social distancing or face masks.

She was called out for blowing out candles on her birthday cake in a waiter's face.

An insider later exclusively revealed to The Sun that the Kardashians were well aware of the backlash they would receive but “did not care” and threw the “unsafe” bash anyway – though attendees were asked to take a coronavirus test prior to arrival.

The source said: “They knew this party was going to be a bad look and they did not care. The family was openly talking about it before the party and debating how to best handle it."

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