Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian, pictured here at the 42nd American Music Awards, has shared her thoughts about people who dislike interracial relationships. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Khloe Kardashian is not happy with how some people are still shocked by interracial relationships.

Answering a fan’s comment on her app about getting discriminated against because she and her boyfriend are not of the same color, the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians star said: “I don’t support racism or discrimination of any kind and I especially don’t understand why some people are still against interracial relationships.”

Kardashian added: “Like who the f cares anymore?! It’s so crazy because we’re all human beings capable of love, so why does skin color have anything to do with it?”

Kardashian appears to be rather vocal about love and relationships lately. She recently opened up about her relationship with Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson. In an interview with Us Weekly, the reality star said that despite what people may think, she is actually a very laid-back person who prefers staying at home during date nights instead of going out.

“I’m a homebody, so for me it’s just, like, chill and watching TV and having a drink,” Kardashian said about her typical date nights with Thompson. “It’s like intimate one-on-one time. … I’m more of an at-home person. [We like to] just chill at home. That’s really what we do, mellow. We’re not exciting. I feel like people think I’m, like, wild and like hanging from chandeliers.”

Kardashian is “very happy” with her new boyfriend even though their relationship is still quite new, a source told People. The two are reportedly taking things slow and are just trying to enjoy each other’s company.

Kardashian and Thompson sparked rumors that they are dating in late August when they were spotted leaving an L.A. restaurant just minutes away from each other. They were later spotted in Mexico with Kardashian’s best friend Malika Haqq. There was a report claiming Kardashian and Thompson were engaged, but it turned out to be a hoax.