Kim Kardashian Says The Internet Made Her Famous

Kim Kardashian Says The Internet Made Her Famous

Reality TV “actress” Kim Kardashian thinks that the internet has made her famous. Can you even imagine how this makes Ray J feel? Ha.

Let’s start at the beginning when Kim was just another Paris Hilton hanger-on and was basically a celebrity closet organizer. Then she was a nobody. Paris released a sex tape and blew up, so Kim followed in her footsteps. Thus, the Kim K Superstar sex tape with Ray J. If that was never released, no one would even know who this twit is. And to think she’s trying to make people believe that the internet is responsible for her level of infamy? Preposterous.

Kim said, “I think that the internet has brought on a different kind of celebrity. We are very well aware of who we are, and what our place is. We are so active on Twitter, on our Facebook pages – we are writing back, we are connecting. We enjoy it.”

She spoke of the Google Alerts that she had on her name, saying, “I got rid of my old email address, and they were on there. It was the big question in my mind: Do I add my Google alert to my new email? I haven’t, and I just feel I have peace of mind now. I would look at it all day long. It doesn’t consume me. I hardly look on the internet like I used to.”

She also spoke of the negative feedback that she gets from her haters. She revealed, “I love writing them back. People will write me, ‘My phone battery lasts longer than Kim Kardashian’s marriage’, and I’ll write back, ‘Oh, which phone is that?'”

She added, “When people are so stupid, you just have to have fun with it. Someone will say I’m fat [on Twitter], or a hairy Armenian, and I’ll write back, ‘Oh, that egg picture of yours is so gorgeous.'”

So if people are “so stupid” as she claims, then I bet she was thinking that you would buy into her story of getting famous because of the internet and not her sex tape?

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