Fans were obviously very upset that she would tweet a self-promo in the middle of such a devastating time, but when she realized what had happened, she immediately took to the social media site to set the record straight.
After deleting the tweet, Khloe posted this:
She also shared her love and support for the people of Paris in an Instagram post, where she quoted President Barack Obama, who said, "Once again, we've seen an outrageous attempt to terrorize innocent civilians. This is an attack not just on Paris, it's attack not just on the people of France, but this is an attack on all of humanity and the universal values that we share." She also included a broken heart emoji and the hashtag #PrayForParis.
Obviously Khloe had no idea when she scheduled that tweet days, or even weeks ago, that such a tragedy would be unfolding at the time it went up and when she realized what had happened, she was quick to rectify the situation.
While some were obviously upset about the unfortunate coincidence, most of her fans were very understanding. "We understand," one fan wrote. "Love you. We know," another chimed in.
The Kardashians are always quick to respond with their sympathy and prayers when there is a tragedy, so we're glad Khlo was able to make it right with her fans and explain that it just an honest mistake.