Who’s more important in her own mind than the President of the United States? Kim Kardashian, that’s who! The reality and social media star is taking major steps to beef up her security after a robbery in Paris left her bound, gagged, and minus some serious jewelry – but ultimately unharmed (at least physically).
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, along with her entire Kardashian family, is taking the Paris incident seriously, which is to be expected. But her latest move to hire former Secret Service agents is leading some to wonder: Is this, perhaps, going a bit too far?
Well, it’s been a hot minute since Kim Kardashian birthed baby #2, son Saint West, so it’s high time she turned her attention to the deeper issues at hand: breastfeeding and bonding with her infant. Just kidding! She’s more interested in weight loss, apparently.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star discussed her pregnancy weight, and her goals in losing it, on a livestream chat via her app Monday night. Starting at 130 pounds before becoming pregnant with her son, Kim reports to have ballooned up to 190 lbs by her delivery date (Dec 5).
This just in: Kim Kardashian and Kanye West did not name their son John. Or Mark. Or James. But they did apparently consult their Bibles when choosing their new son’s moniker: Saint. (Praise Yeezus?)
Despite rumors that the couple would stick with their trusty pocket compass when choosing their second child’s name, Kim said, “I think it’s so stupid,” in a June interview. “I don’t like South West. North will always be better.”
Ever since the fallout from her Feb 7th Malibu car accident, which left one woman dead at the scene, Caitlyn Jenner has been battling a wrongful death suit and potential charges of vehicular manslaughter. The wrongful death suit, originally brought about by victim Kim Howe’s adult stepchildren, was thrown out of court.
Watch out Meghan Edmonds! The Kardashiansare hot on your trail with some cancer testing of their own. Alas, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars have just a teensy bit more social media presence than Mrs. Edmonds the Third, so their “journey” might just overshadow the RHOC storyline that almost was not.
On Tuesday of this week, TMZ reports that Kris Jenner joined her daughters Khloeand Kim Kardashian on a trip to Pathway Genomics in San Diego with Botched doctor Dr. Paul Nassif (huh?), to undergo genetic testing for BRCA1, a mutation that may cause ovarian and breast cancer in some people. This is the same testing Angelina Jolie underwent before she opted for a preventative double mastectomy.
In the spirit of pretending to abhor the limelight, however, Kim and Kanye have finally brought the scoundrel to justice who initially (after signing a confidentiality agreement) leaked Kanye’s proposal to the internet via MixBit. Chad Hurley, co-founder and former CEO of YouTube who went on to found MixBit, has been ordered to pay Kimye $440,000 in the settlement.
Caitlyn Jenner has been in the 2015 zeitgeist more than Madonna circa late ’80s, but today a piece of news is cropping up that’s been dogging Caitlyn since winter. Back in February of this year, when Cailtyn was Bruce Jenner, she was involved in a Malibu car crash that left one woman, Kim Howe, dead.
Shortly after the crash, Howe’s two adult stepchildren attempted to file a wrongful death lawsuit against Bruce claiming, “Bruce was ‘careless and negligent’ when he slammed into Howe’s Lexus on PCH…causing it to careen into oncoming traffic where it collided head on with a Hummer.” But TMZ is reporting today that the initial settlement shows the accident to be tragic, but not criminal.
While Kim Kardashian is busy taking naked pregnancy selfies, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is busy trying to stop Dr. Kim from pushing her drug recommendations on the general public.
In late July, the pregnant Keeping Up with the Kardashians star took to social media to proclaim the miracle of the drug Diclegis, an anti-morning sickness pill. Kim claimed, “As you guys know my #morningsickness has been pretty bad. I tried changing things about my lifestyle, like my diet, but nothing helped, so I talked to my doctor. He prescribed me #Diclegis, I felt a lot better and most importantly, it’s been studied and there was no increased risk to the baby.”