Kim Kardashian, 37, is no stranger to controversy. Over the weekend she was slammed for her new Hairstyle which she attributed to the wrong culture on a video she shared on social media. Now, there's no need to be a historian to know that small braided cornrows have been worn by women of color, in particular women of African descent, prior to Bo Derek's breakout role in the 1979 film "10" where she rocked the famous style. Kim may claim to have been inspired by the look, but a simple Google search of African or African-American hairstyles will show otherwise.

Bo Derek was highly praised for her hairstyle. And after being celebrated for her braids, Derek came to the defense of Kylie Jenner in 2015 when she too wore cornrows. The actress called the uproar “stupid.”

What is the actual name for the beaded braids?

Fulani braids are a style of cornrows that usually consist of braids with beads. And cornrows are a hairstyle worn by both black women and men that have been around since ancient times ― long, long before Derek wore them in 1979.

According to Wikipedia “Cornrows originated in Africa. The intricate braiding of the hair indicated the tribe you belonged to." Cornrows or braids, also called cane rows in the Caribbean, are an ancient traditional African style of hair grooming, in which the hair is braided very close to the scalp, using an underhand, upward motion to produce a continuous, raised row.

The picture was first posted on Twitter before she deleted it and posted a second picture with the caption, "I like this one better".

Though it appears Kardashian is clueless about the origins of cornrow braids, outraged Twitter users had no problem giving her a crash course. It might not have been a big deal, had she not credited them to a white woman.

Their anger was based on the fact that she didn’t credit to the right culture.

Even at home, the mother-of-three is still taking heat for selling the baby pictures of their new child, Chicago West. As exclusively shared by Life & Style, Kris Jenner tried to convince the couple to sell the pictures of their baby as part of a multi-million-dollar deal, while Kim consented to it, Kanye West found it rather "ridiculous."

Kim and Kanye welcomed their baby girl via a surrogate on January 16, 2018.

Kim shared the heart-warming news on her website which simply read “she’s here, and we’re so in love.” Three days after sharing the news, she also took to her website to reveal the baby’s name and she named her after a city which is Chicago.