Most of Kardashian's fans shared the same sentiments and wrote, "Men are so f–king lame they rlly just booed my queen Kim K at the Rams game."
Another joked, "Kim k got booed hard. This ain't Calabasas."
Among the many commentators was "Real Housewives of New York City" star Bethenny Frankel.
"Why is everyone surprised that @KimKardashian was booed at a football game?" the 51-year-old reality star tweeted on Monday. "It's America's pastime. The fans are people with daughters & sons who have hope for realistic role models for their children. Football is not the superficial land of fashion. Those fans can't be bought."
Kim Kardashian was just shown on the big screen and loudly booed at the Rams game. Being booed at a sporting event is a huge compliment. When people who don’t know you think they dislike you it means you are super duper famous.
Why is everyone surprised that @KimKardashian was booed at a football game? It’s America’s pastime. The fans are people with daughters & sons who have hope for realistic role models for their children. Football is not the superficial land of fashion. Those fans can’t be bought.
This isn't the first time Frankel has slammed the self-made billionaire, back in September the Skinnygirl founder vocalized her support for Ray J after he alleged that Kardashian and her mother Kris Jenner were involved in releasing their sex tape.
"I bet that Ray J just hasn’t been properly compensated and he's been embarrassed in front of his family, and they keep exploiting it and capitalizing on it," she said in a deleted Instagram video. "Ray J should get 10 percent commission for [lighting] the flame that created America's first family."
Bethenny continued her thoughts in a TikTok video, claiming that her "friends" have shared that Jenner had "hired hair and makeup" for the tape back in 2007.
"Why is everybody acting like this didn't happen?" Frankel doubled down. "This poor guy finally cracked because he's gotta explain to his kids why he looks like he exploited someone else and why he's left holding the bag."