After being robbed at gunpoint last October, Kim Kardashian disappeared from all social media and public events, no doubt at immense cost to her. As of January of this year, however, she returned. But there’s something different. In these new tweets and Instagram posts, there’s a strong sense of distance. If you look at her…
In case you didn’t hear, Kim Kardashian West was robbed at gunpoint in her hotel room in Paris earlier this October. Several masked men dressed as police broke into the star’s hotel room at the No Address Hotel, where she was later bound and gagged as the intruders stole $10 million worth of jewelry.
Hank Green is right to insist that young people should look past so-called “legacy media” toward innovative and fresh media agents, but this attention should always be proportional and earned before sources of content are judged only by popularity.
I am here to ask, why in the present day, we as humans find it ok to make dirty racial and ethnic comments to each other? Where will it get us?
That means, for gay people who are privileged enough to be happy and in public life, there’s really no excuse for silence anymore.
Now — and I’m sure this will come as an Earth-shattering statement to upperclassmen — I’m starting to realize that, um, college is hard.
In a year filled with wizards, Kardashians and real fairytale weddings, 2011 was a great year for pop culture. Here are our favorite moments.
To nobody’s surprise, Kim Kardashian’s fairytale marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries ended abruptly when she filed for divorce on Monday after just 72 days of wedded bliss. Usually, Intermission doesn’t work well with numbers but counting is something that we can do, which leads us to our five favorite things that have fared better than the Kardashian-Humphries union.