Kim Kardashian flees paid appearance in Vienna at billionaire’s party after 'racist guest blacks up' to impersonate Kanye West

The report goes on to allege that another man offered to dance with Kardashian 'if the orchestra played N***as in Vienna'

Was this the worst celebrity appearance Kim Kardashian has ever been paid to make?

The reality TV star was forced to flee a huge ballroom party in Vienna, Austria after a racist reveller reportedly blacked himself up to impersonate her fiancé Kanye West.

According to TMZ, Kardashian - who attended the event as the bought guest of billionaire mogul Richard Lugner, and her mother Kris Jenner – was approached by a white male with a painted black face.

He apparently started to mimic West’s voice and gestures in front of her. Kardashian stayed for another hour – as per the $500,000 agreement she’d made – but fled for the exit after another guest allegedly made a racist remark.

The report goes on to allege that another man offered to dance with Kardashian “if the orchestra played N***as in Vienna”, in reference to Kanye West’s track, “N***as in Paris”.

 

It is thought that the incidences were captured by Keeping Up with the Kardashians camera crews.

Furthermore, it seems that Lugner was somewhat dissatisfied with some aspects of Kardashian’s fulfilment of her contractual agreement.

According to the mogul, she was scheduled to meet him at the airport, but instead hot-footed it with her mother to a near-by Schnitzel restaurant to film a forthcoming scene for their E! reality show.

“She’s filming and so she doesn’t want to have me around,” he apparently told a group of waiting reporters. “The guest should be with me and not anywhere else that is not agreed upon.”

Lugner has a long history of inviting celebrity ‘dates’ to the Opera Ball. Attending by his side in 2007 was Paris Hilton. Glamour model Carmen Electra and Dita Von Teese have also been flown to Vienna to accompany the billionaire to the event in previous years.

A representative for Kim Kardashian is yet to respond to a request for comment.

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