13 Reasons Why Kim Kardashian is The worst Role Model

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1.She has no talent (Except for maybe doing the “duck” face and taking her clothes off)

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Because nobody really knows what she does. At least not in that traditionally professional way. Did she go to any schools, what else can she do beside posing with celebs? You can run a pretty easy experiment on this subject if you ask people what does Kim Kardashian do for a living. Most people find this question rather confusing because… well, because it is confusing. According to several sources, Kim is a reality star and a starlet.



2.Her Butt
We can’t believe her tired, old, oiled-up, already-seen-by-everyone-in-the-free-world ass is still considered a news story, and that Paper Magazine actually used it (and her other lady parts) to score press and sell mags.


Kim Kardashian shows off her toned legs in tight jeans

3.Kylie Jenner Is Starting to Look Like Kim
From butt shots to fashion choices, she loves her sister’s style — and the media loves it, too, which is REALLY annoying. Seriously, woman, THAT BUTT is your role model?




4.She acts as a spoiled child


Kris Humphries claimed fraud when he went in to file annulment paperwork, instead of divorcing Kim Kardashian. Now the NBA star is saying that Keeping Up With The Kardashians, as well as Kim Kardashian’s other reality shows are all fake. He said that all of Kim Kardashian’s shows are fake. While Kim and Kris Humphries were in Bora Bora with her family, he threw Kim into the water, where she lost her $75,000 earring.


“Kim was crying hysterically, but then miraculously, one of her younger sisters found the earring in the ocean, where the group had been swimming. It was probably 6-8 feet deep, and Kris commented to Kim how unbelievable it was that the valuable earring was found as the current in the ocean in Bora Bora is very, very strong. Kim just said, ‘I know,’ with very big smile on her face.”


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Written by Jasmine Gill

I'm the associate entertainment editor at FashionStyleMag.com, which is a fancy way of saying, "I write about celebrities doing stuff." One day I hope to become the world's preeminent Beyoncéologist, as well as the proud owner of at least five or six pugs. I also enjoy fine bourbons, college basketball, and pretty much any television show that involves magical creatures.