Kim Kardashian has stripped down yet again for Richardson magazine where she spoke on multiple topics. Some of the things she revealed may surprise those who know the notorious reality star.
Noteworthy author Bret Easton Ellis had the task of interviewing the “KUWK” star.
Ellis asked her thoughts on the way Paris Hilton’s sex tape shone a negative spotlight on the hotel heiress whereas Kim’s basically launched her career.
Kardashian responded: “Well, I thought that for Paris it was explosive and a super lot of attention for her too, in a positive way. But once you go through it and you have those conversations with your parents and grandparents and everyone that you’d be really embarrassed about it with, I think you get to a point where you’re like, ‘Okay, we’re dealing with this legally, and it’s time to move on.”
The mother of three then explained that every hardship that has been thrown has given her the tendency to overcome it.
“Everyone deals with things differently, and I seem to deal with things — whether the sex tape, the robbery, even the death of my dad, who was the most important person in my life — I push to just overcome it. I just don’t have a victim mentality. That’s never been my personality. I’ve always been like, the victor, I can get past this, and this will not define me.”
Mrs. West revealed that she is actually a very conservative person in her private life opposite her public persona.
Bret question if it was possible to be both sex goddess and the mother of children — something that the 37-year-old is known for.
“I absolutely think you can. I was somebody who gained sixty or seventy pounds in my pregnancies and felt so unlike myself and so unsexy. Literally, at the end, when you can’t even have sex, I thought, ‘I’’m never going to have sex again in my life!’ I just felt so bad about myself in my soul. The internet was making fun of me, comparing me to whales! Shamu and I were in a ‘Who wore it better?’-side by side.”
Kim continued: “I didn’t lose weight that quickly. But I’d say eight months later I had probably my best body ever. I felt like, ‘I did this. I lost all this weight on my own. I feel better than ever. I just put my body through that, and so it was empowering when I did a nude shoot.”