Khloe Kardashian was gifted a "KAK" bag and South African's are laughing out loud!

South Africans are laughing at one of the most recent Kardashian faux-pas, which is fast becoming an inside joke amongst Saffa’s.


South Africa – The Kardashians are always an eye-roll conversation but recently, one of them has South Africans giggling. Sister Kourtney launched a brand called “Poosh” and sent all her sisters monogrammed luggage.

Unfortunately, Khloe’s initials are a bit kak. Her full name is Khloé Alexandra Kardashian meaning she has the unfortunate monogrammed bag that has South Africans rolling with laughter.

Credit: Khloe Kardashian / Instagram Stories

Mom blogger Chenel Kruger from “James and Jackson” was one of the first responses we saw. She said the bag would either be a big hit in SA or a flop, but that she wasn’t quite sure.

Credit: James.and.Jackson / Instagram Stories

While many are only just finding out about the bag, we have already found a few funny South Africans who are making the most of the hilarious situation.

Sources: Instagram / Twitter
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