Kim Kardashian was “embarrassed” by the response to her now-scandalous remarks about individuals having to “work.”
In another trailer for the second time of Hulu’s “The Kardashians,” the Skkn pioneer examines with her sister Khloé Kardashian the contention she worked up with the viral vide.
“You saw all of the reaction on the Variety interview?”
Kim says in a voice-over portrayal.
“Nobody identifies with you,”
the Good American fellow benefactor answers.
“I’m embarrassed, and I in all actuality do comprehend the reason why individuals were disturbed,”
Kim, 41, circulated around the web in March after she encouraged ladies in business to
“get your f-lord ass up and work.”
Kourtney Kardashian likewise got huge analysis for sponsorship the Skims maker’s remarks, as Kourtney, 43, spent different times of the family’s previous show,
“Staying aware of the Kardashians,”
examining how little she needs to function.
Virtual entertainment exploded with discourse given how Kim was brought into the world already spoiled out of her mind, and even generally vocal Jameela Jamil tried to say something regarding the remarks.
“I think if you grew up in Beverly Hills with super successful parents in what was simply a smaller mansion … Nobody needs to hear your thoughts on success/work ethic,”
Jamil tweeted in response.
“This same 24 hours in the day s–t is a nightmare,”
“99.9% of the world grew up with a VERY different 24 hours.”
Kim later clarified the out-of-touch comments, chalking them up to the age-old “taken out of context” excuse.
“Well, that statement that I said was without questions and conversation around it. It became a sound bite, really with no context,”
she told “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts in March.
The reality star further explained that she was responding to a question about the notion that she’s been in the business for 20 years yet she is still thought of as
“being famous for being famous.”
“It wasn’t a blanket statement towards women or to feel like I don’t respect the work or think that they don’t work hard,”
“I know that they do. It was taken out of context, but I’m really sorry if it was received that way.”