Kardashian fans SLAM Khloe as Jersey Shore's Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi shares rude encounter with star in resurfaced clip

KHLOE Kardashian was slammed for her supposed "Mean Girl vibes" after a clip of her shading Jersey Shore's Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi resurfaced.

The Good American fashion brand owner, 37, has been subject to a fresh wave of criticism after the 2016 snippet from her show, Kocktails With Khloe, crept back up on TikTok.

It showed Khloe, with blonde cornrows and wearing a denim jumpsuit, in complete shock as Snooki, 34, recounted the time she visited the Kardashians' household.

Mom of one Khloe looked completely stunned as she opened the segment with the words: "I swear to God I don't know what happened so I would love for you to break down to me what happened."

The Jersey Shore favorite, who wore a beige top and her red hair flowing over her shoulder, explained how she had been close friends with Khloe's sister Kim who had invited her over.

She said: "I came over and I was obsessed with you at the time.

"And I said OK Kim [Kim] you're cool but like I really want to meet Khloe.

"So I came over and she brought me to you, she tapped you on the shoulder and she was like: 'Khloe, look who's here.'

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"And you looked at me up and down and swear to God, said 'What the f**k is she doing here, are you kidding me Kim?"

The sensational revelation left Khloe squealing: "Shut the f up," as Snooki retorted: "Why would I lie?"

She continued: "I just left, I was so upset."


Trying to initiate a de-brief, Kim's little sister explained: "First of all I don't know why Khlo-money came out.

"She is my alter ego, she's here today.

"But maybe I was jealous if you were getting more attention. I have no idea why."

After witnessing the clip second time around, TikTok fans were quick to air their views.

One wrote: "Hate to say it but Khloe does give me Mean Girl vibes."

Another posted: "That does sound like Khloe, not gonna lie."

A TikTok user then mused: "Just shows the real Khloe to be honest, how didn't she remember?" while one followed, "I've heard Khloe is mean irl."

Another simply urged: "Just apologize."


On the flip side, Khloe was subject to huge praise when a video of her and cheating ex Tristan Thompson came to light on TikTok last month.

During quarantine from the pandemic, when the two were "exclusively" dating at the time, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum made up her "new best friend."

Due to her loneliness and boredom, the reality star needed "someone to keep me company."

Quaran-Tina was a white toilet seat cushion wearing plastic red glasses.

While on the phone with the NBA star, Khloe introduced Quaran-Tina and said: "I know how much you like other women. Badabum." 

The caption stated: "Savage."

Maralee Nichols, 31, had given birth to Tristan's third child, a baby boy, back on December 1st, 2021, after the two had been battling it out in court.

Tristan and Khloe share their 3-year-old daughter, True.


Fans were pleased in the comments section as they watched the E! star throw shade at her partner. 

One said: "As she should!" while another added, "She never lets him forget."

A third fan wrote: "The shade. I love it!"


In January, the Sacramento Kings player admitted in a lengthy Instagram post that he is the father of a baby boy with fitness model Maralee.

Tristan dropped the bombshell over on social media and confessed: "Today, the paternity test results revealed that I fathered a child with Maralee Nichols."

He continued: “I take full responsibility for my actions. Now that paternity has been established, I looked forward to amicably raising our son.

"I sincerely apologize to everyone I’ve hurt or disappointed throughout this ordeal both publicly and privately."

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