Kim Kardashian Body Shamed For ‘Disgusting’ Feet In Bikini Photo
Poor old Kim Kardashian can’t catch a break on social media can she? Whether it be apparently stealing the limelight from sister Khloe last week, sporting cornrows or just simply sitting on the beach.
It’s almost as if whatever she does, wherever she goes, Kim will be subject to hate regardless of the situation. Personally, I feel bad for the reality TV veteran, even if she would talk down to me in any hypothetical scenario or call me a ‘peasant’ or just simply ignore me altogether. In fact, I’d be more interested if those things happened.
I’m going way off track. Hey, Kim Kardashian has taken a picture of her legs on the beach and GOOD GOD people are up in arms over her toenail because screw you Kim Kardashian! Only kidding of course. I love her.
Check out the tweet here. See what you think:
I know, right?! Gross or what? Yuck! Hold on, here. It could just be a huge grain on sand coincidentally placed above her little toe.
Or, yes, it could be a hugely offensive, thin, yellow fang of a toenail that if I’m perfectly honest is ruining my image of the mother of three.
No one on Twitter was any where near as understanding.
Speaking about her decision to live life so publicly, West told Interview Magazine:
We share so much all the time on the show. I obviously get a little bit more protective of my daughter because that’s always been such a struggle: “Do we have her on the show? Don’t we?” We have strict rules about the kids.
Some seasons they’re not on at all. Some seasons they’re on a little bit, just to show a bit of personality, although there are never storylines about them. But then there’s social media, on which I’ve always been really open. When I’m out and people call North’s name, that’s when it’s weird for me. She lives such a normal life, believe it or not, at home.
We usually have three months off between seasons. But this time, there are only two weeks, so it does feel like we’re always filming. On a typical day, without cameras, I wake up early, like six in the morning. I try to work out before the kids get up, and then I have breakfast with them and my husband.
I try to make sure we have set meals at home, to keep everything as normal as possible. And then I get to work. If you saw the room I’m in right now—my office—I have mood boards of so many different things in front of me; maybe 15 perfume samples sitting on my table. And then for our kids’ line, I have maybe 200 samples of bathing suit fabrics that I have to go through.
Keep doing you, Kim. I’ll always be here.
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