While rummaging in my pre recorded CD drawer, I came across a CD labled simply KIM...when I played it, I had a shock? surprise? because it was a Kim Kardashian sex tape (read soft porn tape)hehehe...I won't reveal where I got it or who downloaded and recorded it but now, I am tickled that it has surfaced in the news.
..at that time I did not even know who Kim Kardashian was, until my youngest daughter was always lolling on the sofa watching "Keeping up with the......" so to keep up with my daughter, I also watched a few episodes but I could not stand her whining nasal comments and I also could not stand her mum Kris, above all, I could not stand watching their holiday in Bora Bora. I did not mind though watching those 2 little pure innocent young girls Kendall and Kylie who are not so little and innocent now. I really got to "know" Kim when I watched her elaborate wedding to her first "mangsa" husband.
Here is a picture of my CD ...wanna borrow? and the news item now...
From The Insider:
Really? Kim Kardashian reveals how she really feels about sex tape with Ray J http://bit.ly/1AZXfn5
Kim Kardashian West is sick of being associated with her sex tape.
The 34-year-old beauty, who has 19-month-old daughter North with husband Kanye West, doesn't think the explicit video she made with ex-boyfriend Ray J in 2003 made her famous and wishes she could show her critics her enormous bank balance.
The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star said: "If I do have one regret in life that's it. Maybe that's how some people heard about me but I didn't launch my career off of that.
"That was 12 years ago, no 13 years ago now, so I just try to move on and put it in the past because I think that everyone in life does things they're not proud of but you can't sit and dwell on them forever."
Kim is also fed up of people suggesting she doesn't deserve her success because she has no specific talent.
She told British model Cara Delevingne, 22, in an interview to accompany her latest naked photo-shoot for LOVE magazine: "When someone asks me, 'What do you do?' under my breath I want to say, 'Ask my f**king bank account what I do.'
"But I would never say that to someone's face. We've had more episodes than 'I Love Lucy!' And I'm proud that we give so many people jobs.
"Like when they ask, 'What do you do?' I mean, what an uneducated question! And I just want to help change the perception that being on a reality show is such a negative thing.