Kim Kardashian is taking self-quarantine very seriously in times of coronavirus pandemic. Kim had recently shared a throwback picture with her sister Khloe, and had mentioned how much she misses them since they are all quarantining separately. Now, Kim shared another post wherein she asked her fans for suggestions as to how she can keep her kids entertained. Not only did she face backlash from those who thought how absurd the question was, given how she has such a huge mansion, but also from Taylor Swift fans, who sarcastically suggested they all watch Miss Americana together.
Sharing the picture of her family, in which they can be seen sitting on a plush couch. She captioned the picture, “What is everyone doing to keep your kids entertained??? As a family we are social distancing but need some fun ideas of what to do! Any suggestions would help!” Comments started pouring in, and many were astounded with her question, given how she has a huge mansion with all possible luxuries and facilities. While one user wrote, “Lol go in your huge yard and let them swim, jump, ride bikes, slip and slide, jumping house... I mean...", another wrote, “What should we do we’re so bored!!” ok celebrity to lives in a mansion with a movie theater, indoor swimming pool, playrooms, etc.”
Many Taylor Swift fans also slammed her, and while many asked her to apologize, a lot of them sarcastically suggested the whole family watch Taylor Swift’s ‘Miss Americana’.
For those unaware, a few days ago, a video clip surfaced on the Internet, which was the 25-minute phone call that proved what Taylor had been maintaining all along- that Kanye West didn’t ask her before calling Taylor ‘that b*tch’ in his song ‘Famous’. Kim Kardashian lashed out at Taylor Swift for reigniting the feud with Kanye at a time when millions are suffering, and accused her of lying about the call.
Image Source: Instagram/kimkardashian, Pinterest
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