Rob and Kris were together in Vegas this weekend to celebrate Rob's birthday and to promote his sock line, Arthur George. The two were at Kardashian Khaos yesterday to pimp out the socks and by the look of things, Kris could teach her son a thing or two about how to properly sell a product.
Rob showed up in a t-shirt and what looked a lot like sweat pants, paired with black athletic shoes. What would Kris do if her daughters turned up for a product appearance dressed this way? We know you own better clothes than this, Rob.
Rob stood there looking a little apprehensive, while pimpmomager busted out her pompons and was ready to do a few high kicks. See below the jump…
Our favorite reality TV stars can’t get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to Twitter to share even more of their daily lives with us. And we love them for it! Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite photos from the Twitterverse this week! Enjoy!
Time and time again, I wonder why anyone (straight up fame whores aside) would choose to invite the drama that is reality TV into their lives. Especially people that seem to already have a lot going for them. Perhaps the appeal of hair pulling, table tossing, and insult slinging just escapes me???
For example, the Style Network bios for Sharlinda Parker and Kahdijiha Rowe are quite impressive, and I can't help but to wonder why reality TV!? Sharlinda is a celebrity manicurist and the co-owner of Tu La Nail Salon, which she runs with sister Brie Rowe. She's also married to recording artist Q. Parker. Kahdijiha is a marketing executive and considered a "jet-setter" in Atlanta's social scene.
When asked why she chose to play the reality tv game, Sharlinda said, "To become a household name, build your business, have fun with it, everyone knows you, that's the benefit of being on a reality show." Okay. Fine. I can understand the business benefits. But, when you then come into contact with people like you know who, I have to go back to thinking they're all crazy.