Kris Jenner is dispelling a persistent myth about her family. Which criticism is the most persistent? the notion that the Kardashians lack genuine talent and are only renowned for being famous. 20 years after Kim Kardashian’s infamous video and 15 years after the debut of keeping !’s Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner discussed her thoughts on that assertion during the Oct. 13 episode of The Kardashians.
During a confessional, Kris said, “I don’t know why this question of how much skill we have got started,” before equating her relatives with another significant entrepreneur. “Would they put that to Jeff Bezos? “Do you dance?” Are you a singer?” After all, the mother of six started billion-dollar cosmetic and clothing companies with her children after launching the Kim Kardashian-Jenners into the public eye.
In the Hulu show, she responded, “We have some wonderful enterprises that turned out to be quite successful. “We also love working on such businesses together as a family. That is also our superpower. Not bad at all.” The topic was raised after a Variety reporter questioned Kris and her three oldest daughters about the persistent rumor earlier this year as they were posing for a portrait.
According to writer Elizabeth Wagmeister, “I’m sure you’re all so sick of hearing this, but you still see criticism, which I think is ludicrous, when people say, ‘The Kardashians, they’re famous for being famous.'” The “perception” has altered “a lot” recently, according to Kris. Kim also responded directly to the criticism. The SKIMS founder said in the story, “Who cares.”
“We emphasize the good. We put in a lot of effort. I apologize if you believe that. Simply put, we lack the energy to do that. We get to live our lives and, hey, we made it. We don’t have to sing, dance, or act. I’m not sure what to say to you.” Watch more of the reality stars in The Kardashians season 2, which is currently available on Hulu.
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