So earlier this week Kim Kardashian said her life struggles are exactly the same as someone who has cancer.
Okay, I’m paraphrasing here but basically Kim gave an interview to UK’s The Guardian where she shared a recent conversation she had with a cancer patient and said, “I spoke to a girl today who had cancer and we were talking about how this is such a hard thing for her, but it taught her a big lesson on who her friends are and so much about life. She's 18. And I was like, ‘that's how I feel.’"
So anyways, here’s Kim K’s retraction, posted on her personal blog, that most definitely WASN’T written for her.
“I want to clear something up for you all, because it seems that something I said has been taken way out of context, as is often the case with quotes pulled from interviews,” Kim wrote on her blog just hours ago.
So she takes the “My words were taken out of context” route. How original.
“She told me how her life had completely changed when she was diagnosed, and a lot of friends had deserted her, which is something I said I could relate to,” Kim explains, “In no way was I comparing my own experiences to that of a cancer patient. I was merely talking about how there are times in your life, and everyone goes through them, when you find out who loves you enough to stand by you through thick and thin.”
Meh, do we believe her? Let’s give Kim the benefit of the doubt? I mean, her dad did pass away from cancer, so I doubt she would be THAT insensitive. Sure she pimps out diet shakes and dates men for fame, but I’m pretty sure she knows that getting fake married and fake divorced is not the same thing as having cancer. At all.
Kim finishes, “What I said in the interview was misconstrued and I wanted to explain to you all what the context was around my phone call with this girl.”