Kim Kardashian can't catch a break, huh?
Well, that's not exactly true -- if you think about it, her entire life is like one great big break.
Plenty of other people have made a lame sex tape with their boyfriends that later got into the wrong hands, but have those people been able to turn that awful experience into millions and millions of dollars?
But while she's super rich and famous and beautiful and so on and so forth, one thing that might not be all that fun about being Kim Kardashian is that she gets so. Much. Hate.
Just so very much hate, from so many people, on a regular basis.
Sometimes it's deserved, and sometimes it's not.
You just wait and see what you think about her latest move, OK?
Earlier this week, Kim announced that she'd be appearing on the cover of Vogue India, and the magazine also released the images of her two covers.
She looks great, which makes sense -- that's sort of what she does.
But people aren't so much upset by the actual photos as they are by the fact that she's on the cover of Vogue India at all.
"This is just disrespectful af to all the brown skinned Indian women who don't get any exposure because @vogueindia is obsessed with white beauty standards," one such person wrote on Instagram.
Over on Twitter, someone wrote "So I guess there was not Indian models/actors available for his cover. Where is the Indian representation in mainstream media? Has it only become relevant when white girls at coachella are rocking a bindi?"
How's that for some real talk?
"So many pretty Indian models out there and Vogue India somehow chooses kendall jenner and kim kardashian for their covers," another person commented. "How hard is it to have Indian women represent Indian culture?"
Oh, because in case you'd forgotten, this same exact thing happened not too long ago with Kendall Jenner -- she was on the cover of Vogue India, too, and nobody was happy about that one either.
One particularly upset person wrote "WE HAVE PLENTY OF TALENTED BOLLYWOOD ACTRESSES THAT CAN BE ON THE COVER NO OFFENSE BUT KIM KARDASHIAN WAS NOT NEEDED THE OTHER COUNTRIES THAT PUT HER ON FAIR PLAY THEY DON'T HAVE A BIG FILM INDUSTRY BUT WE DO SO PLZ DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN AGAIN."
Several people claimed that Kim Kardashian isn't even famous in India -- apparently there are many there who don't even know who she is.
But while tons of social media users are just upset as can be over Kim's cover, lots of others are totally cool with it.
"Dumb girls really putting so much energy into this #VogueIndia hate," one of those people tweeted. "Kim can still purchase you, it's not that deep, the magazine is getting all the attention it wants."
"Focus on REAL representation issues. Thanks."
Another popular argument is that Kim is Armenian, so it shouldn't be too big of a deal.
It's a complicated issue, to say the least.
Do you think Kim deserves to be on the cover of Vogue India?