Khloe Kardashian wasn't expecting to see pictures of anatomically correct infants all over her Twitter timeline when she inquired about a "sweet looking biracial baby doll".
Khloe, who is Caucasian, asked her followers to recommend brands of "biracial" baby dolls for her daughter, True Thompson, whose father, NBA star Tristan Thompson, is Black.
Her followers soon flooded her timeline with recommendations for “Reborns”, a popular brand of lifelike, anatomically correct baby dolls.
Khloe, 35, objected to the pictures of baby genitals all over her timeline.
"Why though? Since when did they make baby doll private parts?? And who can I speak to about these belly buttons?"
One Twitter user responded:
"They’re reborns. They’re more for collecting than for children to play with. That’s why. They’ve been around for a long time, usually used for women that have experienced infertility or infant/pregnancy loss."
Question: What do you think of Khloe identifying her daughter as "biracial" instead of Black?
Why though? Since when did they make baby doll private parts?? And who can I speak to about these belly buttons? pic.twitter.com/fNGKQjquUa
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) December 27, 2018