In a battle of the hard-rocking against the famewhoring, my money will always be on Motley Crue. Iconic hairbander Nikki Sixx had enough of Kim Kardashian's vapid tweeting in light of the utter devastation in Oklahoma on Monday, and I have to applaud him. While many were expressing their sorrow at the horrific tornadoes that tore through the state, a clueless Kim was hawking her cosmetics brand.
Don't get me wrong, I know Kim meant no harm…she wasn't thinking. She never is. However, that's not really an excuse for her anymore. I'd be happy to give anyone a pass for being unknowingly insensitive, but she literally makes a career of it. Thankfully, Nikki said what the rest of the Twitterverse wanted to say.
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On Twitter, Nikki encouraged his followers to donate to relief efforts, writing, "PLEASE Text “REDCROSS” to 90999 for $10 donation to help tornado victims in #OKC Sending out our prayers."
Needless to say, he wasn't happy when he saw Kim's next post show up in his newsfeed right after his request for action. The bad boy quickly called out the reality star when she tweeted,“Love that I can gradually build the perfect bronzed glow I want with #Kardashian Sun Kissed Tan Extenders," as others on the social media site were sending prayers to Oklahoma.
Nikki captured a picture of Kim's self-serving promo (above), commenting, “Pick your priority or pick your poison. Pretty embarrassing screen shot Kim. Isn't your 15 minutes up…”
Kim eventually posted a picture on Instagram which read "Praying for Oklahoma," but unfortunately, she didn't just put down the smart phone and walk away after that. Nope. Instead, she followed up that heartfelt photo with the below selfie captioned "my pregnancy lips are out of control" with the hashtag, “#IGuessNotABadProblemToHave”
On a serious note, the thoughts and prayers of all of us at RT continue to be with those affected by the tragedy in Oklahoma.
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