KUWK: Kim Kardashian Slams Lori Loughlin And Felicity Huffman – 'I Would Never Want To Use My Privilege'
In an upcoming CNN interview, Kim Kardashian opened up about the Operation Varsity Blues Scandal and she made her opinion on the two actresses infamously involved very clear. As you know, Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman used illegal ways to get their daughters into higher education, robbing deserving kids of the same opportunity.
That being said, the KUWK star declared that ‘I would never want to use my privilege.’
It makes sense! After all, the reality TV star is currently studying to become a lawyer so of course, she would not be Okay with fraud.
She went on to tell CNN‘s Van Jones that ‘If they could not get into a school, I'd never want to use privilege to try and force them into a situation they would not thrive in any way. So that is where I see that's not appropriate. When you have so much accessible things – I just want my kids to be as grounded as possible. And buying your way into something just would not benefit anybody.’
Furthermore, the mother of three (soon, four) explained that she really wants to set a good example for her young ones and teach them what is like to work hard and deserve what you have.
The reality TV star is preparing to take the bar exam and become a lawyer despite the public mocking her for even trying and that is her way of showing the kids that she is working hard for a dream, despite having everything they could ever wish for as far as money and other material things are concerned.
In other words, it’s her way of showing them that not everything can be bought with money.
‘Working hard, to me even, having my kids see me studying, leaving and going into an office a few days a week. I have my backpack, they have their backpack. They’re studying, I’m studying. Them seeing I have this filming career, I’m having makeup samples tested all over my arm while I’m trying to read my flashcards and all this stuff, I hope that they get inspired to know that they can put in the hard work,’ Kim concluded.