Here are some photos of Kim Kardashian in Florida over the past few days. Kim has been getting pap’d constantly, almost as if she knew that people were paying attention to the Emmys and she wanted to ensure she got lots of attention too. I actually made a point of not choosing any of the photos where Kim had gotten her t-ts out and she was just wandering around, fully exposed for some reason. On Monday, Kim also posted a justification for her recent spate of public nudity, writing on her app: “I have always loved sheer—I just don’t GAF, LOL.”
Meanwhile, Kim did make one interesting move that didn’t involve her breasts, surprisingly. A few months back, the Wall Street Journal published a full-page ad in which FactCheck Armenia (an organization devoted to denying the 1915 Armenian genocide) publicly claimed to WSJ readers that 1.5 million Armenians were never slaughtered in one of the worst genocides of the 20th century. Kim, as an Armenian-American, actually has a history of activism around the cause of recognizing the Armenian genocide. When she visited Armenia last year, she made a special trip to the Armenian Genocide Memorial. And when the WSJ published that paid genocide-denial ad, she spoke up at the time. And now she’s doing even more: she bought her own ad in the New York Times, just to troll the Wall Street Journal for agreeing to publish that ad:
— Aram Hamparian (@ANCA_DC) September 17, 2016
As you can see, she paired with the Armenian Educational Foundation for the ad placement. She wrote, in part: “For the Wall Street Journal to publish something like this is reckless, upsetting and dangerous. It’s one thing when a crappy tabloid profits from a made-up scandal, but for a trusted publication like WSJ to profit from genocide – it’s shameful and unacceptable.” It wouldn’t surprise me at all if Kim paid for the ad herself. I wonder how much it costs for a full-page ad in the NYT? This is actually my favorite version of Kim – when she stops taking selfies long enough to actually engage in something political, controversial and/or community-oriented.
Photos courtesy of Fame/Flynet.