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Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams claps back at fans: “I’m officially done"

Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams responds to angry fans.
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Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams is becoming known as the most outspoken queen from RuPaul’s Drag Race season 10.

Last week this contestant was in the bottom two and had to lip-sync for her life. She ultimately won that challenge and said goodbye to Vanessa Vanjie Mateo much to the harsh criticism of some fans.

Kalorie addressed the criticisms in a heated and expletive-heavy Facebook post in which she said there is much more to be upset about in this world than an eliminated "Drag Race" queen. 

“I’m officially done,” she wrote. “You all get so fucking hyped on this shit of a drag competition on tv! GET HYPED ON SHIT THAT MATTERS! You don’t have this much passion for gun violence. Shit like that?!”

Kalorie then went on the defensive over her winning out over Vanessa, “I won the lip sync. The whole point of it, just like RUPAUL says. 'This is your last chance, to impress me and to save yourself from elimination.' That’s exactly what I did! I’m sorry that I wasn’t the choice everyone wanted but I wasn’t there to impress you! I was there to impress Ru!

You’re so mad Vanessa didn’t get to stay! Well god fucking dammit I was too! I was also mortified that Vangie had to leave. I wasn’t just crying because I was safe. I was crying because she was leaving. This hate, these hateful comments need to stop, negative opinion all need to disappear. You wonder why the world is, the way it is, look in the mirror

“Be the change you want in the world. Online hate is going to get you nowhere. I may not have the best drag, it may not be as polished as some. But god dammit I made it to Drag Race. Did you? On your first try?? I think not. So stick that in your tea and drink it right up.”

Kalorie isn't letting the fans bruise her self-confidence either. 

"At the end of the day I go to bed knowing ima Wonderful person," she wrote "I have a huge heart! I’m kind. And that’s what matters most. Can you say that about yourself? Probably not."

This might be the most controversial year ever for the series. First fans were very opinionated about the winner of All-Stars this month, and Mama Ru herself had to field criticism over comments she made about trans contestants.