Kim Kardahsian’s milkshake may or may not bring all the boys to the yard.
On Saturday, during a promotional trip to promote Millions of Milkshakes in Bahrain, a mass anti-Kim protest apparently went down that reportedly involved tear-gas and police dispersion. But conflicting reports confuse the situation.
According the milkshake franchise owner and creator Sheeraz Hasan, the stop in Bahrain couldn’t have gone better.
"WHAT PROTESTS?? Kim Kardashian loved by the people of Bahrain & wants to return!!" wrote Millions Mr. Hasan.
Along the tweet, Hasan posted a seizure-inducing video of the event, complete with screaming fans, a red carpet and plenty of photo ops.
Kim’s Twitter account is void of any drama as well, and she has yet to address the protest stories. Instead, she simply thanked Hasan for the opportunity.
“Thanks @sheerazhasan and Paresh A Shah for an amazing trip to The Kingdom of Bahrain and Kuwait. We did it!!!” she wrote.
Initial reports painted a picture of a 100-deep fleet of Kim-hating, Shiite Muslim protesters, wielding signs and pissed perspectives. The group—the reports say—needed to be tamed by a police task force and tear-gas grenades.
As CNN has already reported, protest reports can be linked back to an unidentified “local newspaper,” with no confirmation from a reputable source. But photos of the scene do seem to confirm some kind of disturbance…
Kim’s rep has yet to speak out about the incident. Hollyscoop has reached out for a statement. We are currently waiting on a response.
Here is the video posted by Hasan: