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She might be a banger but folks aren’t feeling her love for them thangs that go “Bang!” Kimmy Cakes is feeling the heat after sending mixed messages about how she feels about firearms…

Via NYDailyNews reports:

Kim Kardashian can’t resist some stylish bling — even if it’s decorating a deadly gun.

The buxom “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star shared an Instagram photo of a diamond-encrusted gold revolver, then quickly deleted it Saturday — but not before her millions of followers called the gun hype hypocritical.

“You have too much influence to be this blind and ignorant. Innocent children & people still die even if the gun is pretty,” one of her outraged followers tweeted back at her.

“With all the power to influence people that you have, you decide to post gun’s pic??? how low is that???” wrote another.

Followers of the pregnant socialite were furious over her seemingly contradictory stance on guns.

One month after the horrific massacre of 20 children at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., Kardashian tweeted her support for reducing gun violence.

“Today, people in Newtown are making the #sandyhookpromise to reduce gun violence. Sign the pledge with me at ,” she wrote in January.

But the small-arms endorsement wasn’t the first time Kardashian has appeared enamored of guns. Last June, she tweeted a photo of an Yves Saint Laurent engraved pistol with the caption “Bang bang.”

In November, she sent out a photo of herself aiming a gun while visiting a range in Miami for her show, “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.”

Kardashian also shared a photo of herself toting a rifle during skeet-shooting lessons with her family while vacationing in the Dominican Republic.

Do you think Kim needs to be more careful about what she posts on social media or are people overreacting? Do you think her photos promote gun violence or are they just examples of how the average responsible gun owner behaves?

Should she take a stronger stance in public about how she feels about guns?



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