Naturally, Kim has been keeping a low profile after the horrible armed attack she was a victim of while she was in Paris. After going through such a trauma, fearing that she would be raped or killed, it seems that Kim Kardashian is now ready to make a comeback in social media. On Wednesday, she returned to social media in order to delete a couple of her followers. Perhaps as part of the process of accepting what happened to her in the French capital, she can only see now the posts of those whom she follows.
Ever since the attack, she hasn’t posted anything on social media, and E! News says that she is getting some counseling. Apparently she was so traumatized that she still has flashbacks with moments when she was held at gunpoint. The thieves stole jewels that are worth $11 million on October 3 from the apartment where she was in Paris.
The latest post on her account is a video she published on Twitter with herself on October 2. She announced her fans that later on that night she would be at the So Chic Boutique in LA. As it seems, she won’t be hosting the Hakkasan Nightclub event that will take place on October 28 at the MGM Grand. Under contract, she has to make four appearances at the club this year, thus receiving $1 million.
The gig that was cancelled was supposed to be the third one, and in the online events calendar that will have place there is no fourth appearance marked. The event would take place just in the wake of another important day in her life, namely her birthday on October 21. However, the club seems to be understanding, and will agree to shifting the date to another event without cutting her pay.