Sam Robeson - August 2, 2018
The Jenndashians don't so much as have wardrobe malfunctions as they have body malfunctions thanks to a laissez-faire attitude towards Groupon Tijuana plastic surgery, and no body malfunction is more embarrassing than having your ass implant slide down your thigh under your skin. Facepalm! Some stars have a nip slip. Some tend to an itchy ass by scratching their knee.
This is the exact predicament that Kim Kardashian found herself in while sporting a slutty Guinan from Star Trek: The Next Generation Halloween costume - that's apparently a Kanye West original under his Yeezy label. Someone posted a pic of her wonky uneven hips online - in a move that we'll graciously attribute to the body positivity movement - when actor Tyson Beckford reared his head as a h8er in need of a serious clap back with the comments:
Sorry I don't care for it personally.
She is not real, doctor fucked up on her right hip.
Followed by a barf emoji. Kardashian, secure in the knowledge that no straight man could not be attracted to her botched vomit-inducing abortion of a body, got very 90's by calling Beckford gay, with the retort:
Sis we all know why you don't care for it
Followed by the tea emoji. Followed by the frog emoji. Followed by the nail care emoji. Kill me. In dummy dumb dumb language, the use of "Sis" strongly insinuates that Beckford is gay. If every man not attracted to Kim Kardashian's body is gay, then we're going to have a serious procreation problem. Beckford clarified his wild stance on not wanting to fuck botched freak shows with:
My opinion on plastic surgery stays the same, not for me! I personally don't care for it! Done end of story!
Kim - an ardent Trump supporter and political activist herself - is adopting his my-way-or-the-highway stance on potential opponents. And if in her scenario taking the highway means being homosexual, then, hey bitches, let's get cosmos.
Photo Credit: Splash News
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