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Kim Kardashian shared a series of photos of the epic costumes on Instagram simply captioning it "I love it".

"I have known him forever".

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"I'm sorry." Kim also deleted the Instagram video, in which she used the condition as an insult - good riddance - but fans are still angry. Let us know what you think in the comments and don't miss new episodes of Keeping up with the Kardashians Sunday nights on E!

It should be noted that the high-profile sex scandal has engulfed the U.S. in 2003: in the network suddenly appeared intimate home video featuring Kim Kardashian and her boyfriend ray Jay.

The slur was met with criticism and since the incident, Kim has apologised for her actions saying they were "insensitive and inappropriate".

"I'm like, 'Well, what you tweeted isn't what you just said to me over the phone.' But sometimes people don't have the long time to really hear him out and see what he has to say and the snippets", she explained.

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She continued and explained 'I try to learn from my mistakes and this is one of those times.

One fan gushed: "OMG you always look so handsome", while another person said: "Perfect". Please know that my intention is always pure, and in this case, it was a mistake.

"So disappointed that you used the "R" word to refer to guests that could not identify your costume".

People immediately called Kardashian West out on Twitter after she posted the initial video. In the video, Khloe, 34, becomes frustrated with her older sister who was trying to sync their smartphones but seemed to be having trouble.

In July, Khloe apologized for calling their sister Kourtney the word in her Instagram live stream. Khloe responded, "Are you a f**king r****ded?"

"Ugh I hate that word!" she wrote. "You are a million percent right and I actually greatly dislike when people use that word!" I will continue to love and appreciate because he has always defended.


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