Kardashian Popularity Finally Waning
January 14, 2012Comments are closed.
The Kardashian’s fifteen minutes of fame may finally be up as popularity of their hit show finally begins to wane.
According to the New York Post, the Kardashian’s are no longer marketable and insiders say the famous reality stars are toxic to be around.
“I’d pay her $600,000 personally not to go to Red Egg,” said Travis Bass, referring to the Chinatown hot spot he co-owns. “Kim Kardashian would be crushing to us.”
In a nutshell, fans of Keeping up with the Kardashian’s may have finally realized what we’ve all known all along: The Kardashian’s are boring, talentless, and their show is fake. Nelson ratings even reflect a drop in popularity over the past three months.
But don’t cry for the Kardashian’s. Just because their ratings have dropped and people are finally bored of them, they are still rolling around in a huge pile of cash.
According to the Daily Mail, Forbes confirms that the Kardashian clan is still “kashing in” on their various business ventures, which includes perfume, makeup, clothing, endorsements, book deals, and a sex tape or two.
Time will only tell whether or not the ratings will continue to drop for the Kardashian’s reality show, but we can hope, can’t we?
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