A day after it was reported that vandals hit the Kardashian sisters' new Miami boutique, now their Los Angeles-area store has also been the target of graffiti.
But while Kourtney Kardashian called the vandalism of their Miami Dash store "gang related," it appears the damage done to their Calabasas, Calif. location was a bit more friendly, as the words "We [Heart] You Kim!!" were spray painted on the window.
"The one yesterday seemed obviously gang-related and had nothing to do with us…today the one in Calabasas was most likely intentional since people know it is our store," Khloe Kardashian wrote on her blog on Wednesday.
Although the message wasn't malicious in tone, the girls aren't taking the matter lightly.
"Luckily we have security cameras so we will investigate and hopefully find the people who did this… the police are at the store as we speak," Khloe continued.
And if the vandals think the graffiti will deter the Kardashian sisters in any way, Khloe said think again.
"I hope the disgusting people who did this know that these little activities of theirs don't discourage us. We are no less excited for the opening of our Miami store," she added. "It's disappointing, but certainly not discouraging! A little graffiti won't bring us Kardashian women down!"
The girls' new reality show — "Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami," which chronicles the opening of the Miami Dash branch — debuts on E! in August.