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Kourtney Kardashian dodges 'Kimye' Vogue blacklash questions on 'GMA'

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The Kardashian family has both fans and haters. There are plenty of people on both sides of the spectrum, and this weekend proved it. When Vogue unveiled the April cover with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West front and center, it seemed everyone had an opinion. Support was shown across social media from fans as well as a lot of negativity from the haters. According to a March 24 report from USA Today, Kourtney Kardashian played dumb about the backlash when she was asked about it on “Good Morning America.” She was on the show to promote the new Kardashian Kids collection.

Kourtney Kardashian does not live a sheltered life in terms of reading what is going on in the media. She is used to the comments about her family, and she chose to dodge the questions Lara Spencer threw at her on “Good Morning America.” She played it off like she had been busy. Fans and haters know that if Johnathan Cheban had to go on the defensive for Kim Kardashian against Sarah Michelle Gellar, Kourtney Kardashian and the entire Kardashian family were talking about the reactions.

Kanye West finally got Kim Kardashian on the cover of Vogue, something he claimed she desperately deserved. While many will agree there is a huge following for Kardashian with her fashion sense, it didn't necessarily give her Vogue status. This will continue to be a subject of public chatter, at least until the couple gets married in May.

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