Kim Kardashian said that Pope Francis is ‘dope’ causing outrage in Argentina

Kim Kardashian said that Pope Francis is 'dope' causing outrage in ArgentinaReality TV star Kim Kardashian said that Pope Francis is ‘dope’ causing outrage in Argentina.

The reality star decided to tweet about the Pope being in the US but it didn’t go according to plan, reports mirror.co.uk.

Kim tweeted: “The Pope is dope”.

The tweet caused some confusion because a website in Argentina translated it as “the pope is drugs”.

The website – Primicias Ya – asked readers: “Did Kim Kardashian attack the pope?”

Kim’s fans were quick to point out that dope is meant in a positive way.

One Twitter user wrote: “Here in America, ‘dope’ is something good, extraordinary”.

“Inform yourselves before posting nonsense”.

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