Kim Kardashian is feeling the heat on Twitter over a pretty hilarious typo. The reality star took to the social media site on October 30 to ask her more than 62 million followers about the Netflix documentary Tell Me Who I Am, which she revealed she was about to start watching via the streaming service.
Per Pop Culture, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star – who recently showed off her seriously tiny waist while lunching with Kourtney Kardashian’s ex, Scott Disick – told her millions of fans that she was checking it out following a recommendation from her younger sister, Kendall Jenner. However, instead of asking if the documentary is any good, Kim instead mistakenly asked if it was “hood” on her Twitter account.
“Kendall recommended the documentary on Netfix, Tell Me Who I Am. Is it hood? Who has seen it? I’m about to start it,” Kardashian asked her fans in the tweet this week, which has since been deleted from her account.
Understandably, the star’s millions of fans weren’t about to let the hilarious typo slip by completely unnoticed.
Many Twitter users flocked to the social media site to poke a little fun at the mistake, jokingly replying to the deleted message with comments and GIFs.
DID KIM KARDASHIAN WEST JUST TWEET “IS IT HOOD?” WITH HER WHOLE CHEST????????? pic.twitter.com/aSg7uINDqY
— fah-????-ah-nuh (@Fxbeina) October 31, 2019
Yeah girl it’s HOOD pic.twitter.com/hg3EfzhUdD
— suckmytit (@dgeneratekid) October 31, 2019
Kim, not hood baby.. pic.twitter.com/Qn47D7f0DP
— mikayell myurs (@FLEXXeee) October 31, 2019
Whatchu mean is it "hood" Kim???? pic.twitter.com/MIoMDQJTW7
— MUTHAF**CKIN TIRED on Spotify (@ZzDippdNButter) October 31, 2019
Tell Me Who I Am. Is it hood…
— D. Rodriqueqez (@DRodriqueqez) October 31, 2019
Im not sure if its "Hood" LOL jk ????????????
— Jake (@thejakekardash) October 31, 2019
It’s hood af Lmfaooo
— AL Luka Ball (@ChiVllAl) October 31, 2019
Yeah its real “hood” ????@KimKardashian
— Gcm_?uestion203 (@question_gcm203) October 31, 2019
Others jokingly admitted that they didn’t properly notice the mistake, thinking Kardashian was actually using a new term.
“I thought ‘hood’ was new lingo (until i read the comments)and was gonna try it on my teens tomorrow,” Twitter user @margotcstone tweeted after seeing Kim’s message. “Oh well!”
Kim hasn’t publicly commented on all the responses to her typo, though this actually isn’t the first time the star has been called out for a spelling error on social media.
Back in May, the mom of four (she and husband Kanye West are parents to 6-year-old North, 3-year-old Saint, 1-year-old Chicago, and 5-month-old Pslam) was slammed on Instagram after making multiple typos in a caption as she shared a look back at her wedding.
“We barely got my veil in as I was being pushed out the door so fast to walk down the isle [sic] because Andrea Bonelli [sic] had started singing and I couldn’t miss it,” she wrote in the original post, to which many fans flooded the comments section to point out her multiple errors.
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Thank you so much for all of the birthday love! I had the best most relaxing birthday ever! I Spent the weekend w my amazing friends in Palm Springs and then had a family dinner at my house tonight thrown by my mom and Kanye. My favorite Armenian restaurant Carousel came and catered and then was surprised with a beignet truck and churro stand! I got amazing gifts from my whole family and Kanye for me the most amazing bags. But he donated $1 million to my favorite charities that work so hard on prison reform on my behalf from him and the kids. This makes my heart so happy!
Kim notably misspelled “aisle,” while also getting the name of legendary opera singer Andrea Bocelli wrong. She later changed the caption to rectify her mistakes.
Prior to that, Daily Mail reported that the reality star made another error noticed by fans in a birthday card for sister Kylie Jenner in a video shared online, as she misspelled gluten and instead wrote “glueten.”