Kat Von D's Career After 'L.A. Ink': 'Do Everything With Love'

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Kat Von D\'s Career After \'L.A. Ink\': \'Do Everything With Love\'
2011 has been a chaotic year for reality star Kat Von D. She’s been on and off with Jesse James all year long, her reality show, L.A. Ink got cancelled, and she made headlines when she stormed off the set of Good Day LA.

Hollyscoop caught up with Kat, and she told us what’s on her radar now that L.A. Ink is over.

“We have a bunch of different ideas right now,” Von D told us at the launch of Rage in Los Angeles. “Until it all gets solidified, I can’t really announce anything.”

So her breakout show might have come to an end, but it’s not the last we’re going to be seeing of Kat Von D. “We are working on a bunch of stuff,” she assured us.

And it seems like lately more than ever, celebs have been using Twitter and Facebook as an outlet for their breakup frustrations. Recently, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have been sending passive-aggressive Tweets that seem to address their divorce rumors. Or are they? (they totally are). But Kat’s been pretty straightforward with her social media behavior, explaining to fans outrightly what her relationship status with James has been. She even left a Facebook note to everyone describing her feelings over the high-profile split.

“I have mixed feelings,” Von D told Hollyscoop. “When Twitter first came out I was like, ‘what is that, I don’t understand it.’ But my sister got me into it. She’s like yeah, it’s a great way to connect with fans. The idea of that, I liked.”

But Tweeting has a downside, too:

“I think we tend to have this feeling of being entitled to somebody’s privacy, which always weird to draw that line,” Von D tell us.

“I think if you could put some positive thing into the universe that is a good thing. I don’t have a million followers but it’s probably because I just twitter positive quotes and songs of the day. Boring sh-t.”

And as for her rise to fame since starring on L.A. Ink, Von D says she doesn’t relate to it too much.

“I don’t know, I just don’t consider myself [famous]. I understand that people recognize you from television. I hangout with my family and friends, I never found a lot of value in that, just try to stay true from where I come from.”

Kat also gives advice for those trying separate their private lives from their careers:

“Do what you think is right. I always say, do everything with love.”

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