Kim Kardashian Talks New Baby — Wants To Hire Former Inmates
Kim Kardashian stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where she talked about preparing for baby number four, but also revealed that her support for helping people get a second chance at life was more than a one time deal. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have three children. Two were born to Kim Kardashian and the youngest, Chicago was born via a surrogate.
Kim Kardashian had difficulty throughout her two pregnancies and due to health conditions, it is unsafe for her to physically carry a child. Each of her pregnancies was high risk due to placenta accreta. Fortunately, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been able to expand their family through the assistance of a surrogate.
Speaking to Jimmy Fallon, Kim discussed her feelings about adding another member to the family and becoming a family of six. She seemed assured that things would go well with the new addition as she said she heard that parents of four children are the calmest.
She stated the following.
"I feel like four is going to be really even," she said. "Right now it’s like me with two, always, and Kanye just has one. So he’s like still living his life."
Reaction to Kim Kardashian's interview with Jimmy Fallon has been positive with many people stating they feel that Kim Kardashian is a genuinely kind person who cares about others.
You may see the full interview with Jimmy Fallon in the video player below.
In addition to the upcoming baby (there is no word yet about the baby's gender or due date), Kim Kardashian also spoke out about her efforts to help in the Alice Marie Johnson case as well as the Formerly Incarcerated Reenter Society Transformed Safely Transitioning Every Person Act or FIRST STEP Act
Kim spoke to Jimmy Fallon and stated she'd like to make changes to help those who have been arrested find work.
"I think there’s such a stigma on people hiring formerly incarcerated people. There’s so many people who are incarcerated for life for murder that maybe they were just next to someone and they were a group of people and a fight broke out and somebody unfortunately died, but they didn’t even hit the person, didn’t even have a weapon, and were serving life. So they’ve gotten out, and people like that deserve a second chance at life. So I would love to hire formerly incarcerated people and I think I would love to spread that message that other companies and big companies can do that, too."
What do you think about Kim Kardashian's ideas to help those who've been incarcerated?