Kendra Wilkinson wants people to know that she’s no racist.


The former Playboy Playmate was attacked on social media this week after she posted photos of herself picking cotton in a field.


She quickly fired back at the haters who labeled her a “racist piece of s–t” and added that she was “joking about history that you are just simply ignorant about” by saying all she was trying to do was enjoy the fields.

Kendra Wilkinson Instagram photos from November 22, 2017, of her traveling with husband Hank Baskett and picking cotton in a Texas field.

Kendra Wilkinson Instagram photos from November 22, 2017, of her traveling with husband Hank Baskett and picking cotton in a Texas field.

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Kendra Wilkinson's selfie landed her in hot water with social media critics, who blasted the shot as tone-deaf and even racist.

Kendra Wilkinson’s selfie landed her in hot water with social media critics, who blasted the shot as tone-deaf and even racist.

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Kendra Wilkinson’s selfies landed her in hot water with social media critics, who blasted the shots as tone-deaf and even racist.


“Lol. I just wanted to pick cotton from a plant cuz I’ve always wondered how it really felt. Never in my life thought of color or race at the time,” she wrote on Twitter.

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“I was trespassing n ran up to grab some cotton. I am not racist. Was just having fun n wanted to feel n wondered how it felt. Hahahahah. I can’t believe I’m getting accused of being racist when I’m sitting here with my black father in law rt now baffled at the accusations,” she continued.

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The ex-Playmate is married to former professional football player Hank Baskett.

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The 32-year-old, who is married to former NFL player Hank Baskett, also had an expletive-laced message for those who put her down.


“F–k off to anyone who don’t know me n know what I’m about. Just cuz i picked some f–king cotton. It’s a f–king plant. Omg i can’t.”


Wilkinson had stopped in the Texas field while road-tripping with Baskett’s family for the Thanksgiving holiday. The couple shares two children, Hank Baskett, 7, and Alijah Mary, 3.

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