CONSERVATIVE COMMENTATOR Candace Owens has slammed Kim Kardashian as a “prostitute” and mother Kris Jenner s as a “pimp” over their alleged roles in the release of a sex tape between Kim and her former boyfriend Ray J back in 2007.
“There are really no words that can adequately describe how positively disgusted I am by the story,” said Owens. “A mother sat down and decided to sell her daughter’s body for fame and money, and she was successful.”
“Not only is that disgusting, but then…her plan worked,” she said. “Kim Kardashian is a billionaire today, and she is, by the way, still selling sex,” she continued. “I now hold the opinion that Kim Kardashian is a prostitute. And I’m not going to edit this opinion: Kim Kardashian is a prostitute; her mother is a pimp — worse than a prostitute.”
Her comments come after the rapper Ray J, whose real name is William Ray Norwood Jr., said last week [in a lengthy Instagram post] that the two women were in on the release of the sex tape and that Jenner viewed various sex tapes of her daughter and Ray J to decide which one was best.
“Kim Kardashian is a corpse; she’s a body without a soul. She is so emblematic of the society that we live in today, that if you are willing to degrade yourself, if you are willing to denigrate yourself, then our society, our American society will give you more.”
According to a report from TMZ, the release of the sex tape earned Kardashian around $1.5 million. However, more crucial has been its role in making her a national celebrity, with her and her family estimated to be worth billions after the success of their reality television show Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Ben Kew is English Editor of El American. He studied politics and modern languages at the University of Bristol where he developed a passion for the Americas and anti-communist movements. He previously worked as a national security correspondent for Breitbart News. He has also written for The Spectator, Spiked, PanAm Post, and The Independent
Ben Kew es editor en inglés de El American. Estudió política y lenguas modernas en la Universidad de Bristol, donde desarrolló una pasión por las Américas y los movimientos anticomunistas. Anteriormente trabajó como corresponsal de seguridad nacional para Breitbart News. También ha escrito para The Spectator, Spiked, PanAm Post y The Independent.