Fans ROAST Kim Kardashian’s quirky woven braids as they compare her new look to Thomas Jefferson’s wig


Kim Kardashian was dragged once again for her hairstyle. 

The makeup mogul, 43, sparked social media backlash on Sunday after sharing several Instagram photos showcasing her platinum hair styled into intricate basket-weave pigtails.

Critics were quick to liken the look to the powdered periwigs worn by America’s Founding Fathers such as Thomas Jefferson and John Adams


‘What in the constitution is going on here?’ one follower wrote, as another added, ‘It’s giving… founding fathers’.

Another posted, ‘She getting ready to write the declaration of independence.’

Yet another chimed in with a reference to Kim’s bar exam studies, writing, ‘Did you steal a judge’s wig from law school.’ 

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The relentless trolls also drew comparisons between her hairstyle and objects like a picnic basket, and some even drew parallels to fictional characters including Elsa from Frozen and Queen Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones.


The stunner, however, found many fans in support of her look, with one saying, ‘This is actually so cool. I need a tutorial of this.’

Another shared, ‘Wooow so unique! Loved it,’ as yet another follower gave a shout out to her longtime hairstylist Chris Appleton, writing, ‘Whoa love this Chris. seriously beautiful my dear.’

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