Kim Kardashian decided to make what we now call a “selfie” Instagram photo of her, showing the reality TV show star’s major ass. The result, her name “Kim Kardashian” zooming to the top of Twitter Trends and instant buzz. But the basic question everyone’s asking is why did she do it?
This blogger figured Kim Kardashian just wanted to show she got her body back after giving birth to North West.
But maybe the news that her stepfather Bruce Jenner wants to be a woman has something do so with the selfie?
According to Star Magazine, a source says “He likes growing his hair out, likes getting manicures and pedicures and won’t leave his house without his diamond earrings. And he’s obsessed with plucking his eyebrows.”
Trouble is, the link that Star Magazine had to that story now doesn’t work, and just takes you to their website’s front page. What that says is Star Magazine is being forced to draw back on a story it can’t take back because it’s the headline of their latest version out on store shelves and in mailboxes, today!
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian’s getting some feedback on her ass-showing online photo, and it’s not good at all. Take this comment from one of my YouTube viewers yana212:
yana212 : Why is she still being a slut after she had a baby?
Yikes. “Slut” is not a word that came to this blogger’s mind. Sexy. Smooth. Erotic. Yes. “Slut,” no.
But the criticisms don’t stop at YouTube commenters, as The New York Daily News‘ readers are teeing off on Kim’s photo:
“This photo is desperate. This photo is sad. This photo is inappropriate.”
“Kim Kardashian should stop taking inappropriate pictures & start taking care of her baby.”
And the NY Daily also pointed to Instagram user radlaur wrote: “You’re a mother, not a prostitute. Chill with that.”
Wow. Slut. Prostitute. I disagree.
Meanwhile, on Twitter, the Twitterverse is having a field day with doctored photos of Kim’s selfie:
Kolo Toure spotted in Kim Kardashian's selfie! pic.twitter.com/e7zqCvA2gG
— Steven Gerrard (@Gerrard8FanPage) October 18, 2013
— Peeje (@PeejeT) October 18, 2013
You get the idea…