Kendall and Kylie Jenner
via Instagram / Kendall and Kylie Jenner

Kendall and Kylie Jenner called out for cultural appropriation again. Yes, again…

This is at least the third time in the past few months that the Kardashian-Jenner sisters are being dragged online with accusations of being culture vultures.

The two reported released a new, limited edition collection this week, via their Kendall & Kyle label, which is being exclusively through Saks Fifth Avenue.

The piece in question is a handbag modeled after a Chinese takeout box. Priced at $150 USD, the handbag looks almost identical to typical Chinese takeout boxes, complete with a tiger graphic on the front with “KK Express – Los Angeles, CA” written in bold, red lettering.

Kendall and Kylie
via Saks Fifth Avenue / Kendall & Kylie

Reports said the line also includes a $45 USD fortune cookie coin purse. DAMN! Seriously?

The internet went off, of course, and the bag was quickly pulled Saks’s website.

This controversial design follows a promotional image last month, where they showcased a flannel worn on a model, rocking it with just two buttons together at the top, sparking accusations of the Jenner sisters jacking Mexican Cholo/Chola culture.

Before that, Kylie and Kendall came under fire for superimposing images of themselves across iconic musicians including Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. on a line of “vintage T-shirts”. People were outraged, including the photographers that took the photos and Biggie’s mother Voletta Wallace.

When will these two learn?