Swearing aside, "Don't Panic" feels more like a horror movie than a music video, as Khloe, French and other people from their posse don scary masks and terrorize people with weapons such as an axe, big guns and machetes.
We totally get wanting to be supportive of your significant other's career, but what in the world was Khloe thinking when she agreed to star in this project?
The E! reality star is usually one of our favorite famous females, but being involved in a video that seemingly promotes violence against women isn't a good look.
This video is so awful and offensive that it almost makes Kanye West's "Bound 2" video with Kim Kardashian look good.
Did Khloe's momager Kris Jenner approve of her doing this? Sometimes your self respect is worth more than the 10 percent cut she makes on her daughters' deals.
You're better than this, Khloe!