Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian have become the targets of a local campaign in the Hamptons, New York, by residents who want the sisters out of the area.
Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian are being targeted by Hamptons residents who want them out of the neighbourhood.
The reality TV sisters - who are in the sunny New York suburb filming new show 'Kourtney and Khloe Take The Hamptons' - have had their faces plastered on anti-Kardashian stickers in a grass-roots effort to get them to move, according to TMZ.
Placed on public signs around the Hamptons, the stickers show Kourtney and Khloe's faces along with the hashtag #NODASH, in reference to their DASH fashion stores.
The sisters are opening a new outlet in the Hamptons but their entrepreneurial plan hasn't gone down well with locals.
However, earlier this year Hamptons mayor Mike Epley claimed he had no problem with the duo opening a pop-up store in the town, but insisted he wished producers of their reality show had informed him of the decision ahead of time.
Mr. Epley went on to admit the store would provide a huge financial boost to the area.
Meanwhile, Kourtney, 34, and Khloe, 30, recently tipped Kourtney's four-year-old son Mason for a future career as a model.
Pregnant Kourtney said: ''He has such an attitude.''
Khloe added: ''He's very moody. He's very Kourtney-like. If he wants to do something, he will. If he doesn't, you can't get him to do anything.''
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