She just can’t catch a break! Fans immediately noticed when Kim Kardashian spelled several words wrong in her most recent Instagram photo on Wednesday, May 22.

“We flew in from Paris and our glam was rushed as we were trying to make it on time!” read the 38-year-old’s original caption along with a couple of snaps of herself on her wedding day. “We barely got my veil in as I was being pushed out the door so fast to walk down the isle [sic] because Andrea Bonelli [sic] had started singing and I couldn’t miss it. I had no idea it was really him until I got to the isle [sic] and screamed inside! So many amazing memories.”

Naturally, her followers had to point out her mistakes. One person wrote, “You got Andrea Bocelli singing at your wedding and don’t even know his name … awkward,” while another echoed, “You mean Bocelli.” A third person chimed in, writing, “It’s Bocelli and it’s spelled aisle.” The brunette beauty appeared to have listened since she fixed Andrea’s last name from Bonelli to Bocelli, and then she corrected the spelling of aisle.

This isn’t the first time the KUWTK starlet has received backlash online, either. On Tuesday, April 30, the mom of four posted a photo of herself at an elephant sanctuary in Bali, but fans were not happy with Kim because the reserve allows people to ride the animals.

“Missing Bali! And the amazing elephant sanctuary,” she captioned three photos of herself with the magnificent creatures on social media.

Of course, people couldn’t help but point out that she should have investigated more about the place. One user wrote, “No actual elephant sanctuaries have humans riding elephants as it is unethical. Sitting on an elephant’s back causes spinal damages, internal health issues along with distress. I urge you to look into these issues next time you visit so you know the facts,” while a second person fumed, “So upsetting to see that you didn’t look into going to an elephant sanctuary where they actually look after the elephants.”

However, the KKW Beauty founder defended herself on Twitter shortly afterward. “We visited an elephant sanctuary that has rescued these elephants from Sumatra where they would have otherwise gone extinct,” she said. “It is an organization that is working to save those beautiful animals. We did full research before going.”

And that’s how you clapback, ladies and gents.

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