Kim Kardashian West Breaks the Internet Yet Again

The mother of two showed off her post-pregnancy bod on her social media channels early Monday morning.


Kim Kardashian is well on her way to breaking the Internet—again—after posting a nude selfie just 13 weeks after giving birth to her second child.

The reality star-entrepreneur captioned the pic, in which her modesty (and Instagram’s nudity policy) is preserved by two black censor bars, “When you’re like I have nothing to wear LOL.”


In this case, however, Internet sleuths have suggested that the full-length photograph, which appears to have been taken in a bathroom mirror, may be from last year, since Kim’s tousled hair is peroxide blonde in the snap. It wouldn’t be the first time that the most famous Kardashian was busted using some clever Photoshop work in her Instagram photos.

Of course, the picture caused controversy and a social media uproar. Some KKW fans in support of her nude picture saying, “You go Kim! Embrace your beautiful post-pregnancy bod! Not all of us can.” And a rather different wrath from the public with comments on the picture like, “All that money and you couldn’t find one item of clothing to cover yourself? You’re a mother for Christ’s sake!”

In defending herself, Kim later used Twitter to clear the air that the photo she’d posted was from a year ago when she went blonde, but still used it to post via Instagram because she felt as though she was in amazing post-pregnancy shape.


Back in August, while she was pregnant with Saint West, Kardashian posted a nude selfieto her social media channels to combat her rampant physique -shaming she was receiving. It was, like all things Kardashian, a shameless cry for attention, but at this point you can’t knock the hustle—Kim knows what she’s doing, and she does it well.

I am a Kardashian fan (everyone I know know that), I’m proud to admit that though I don’t always agree with their actions or morals. However, I can’t seem to wrap my mind around why celebrity women feel it necessary or socially “ethical” to post nude pictures of themselves over the internet for billions of people to view?

I believe our bodies are our sanctuaries. At what point did public nudity over social media become acceptable or the “cool thing” to do? I totally agree with the concept of our right to exercise the first amendment to our freedom of expression– but at what point does it cross the line?


Thank goodness Instagram has nudity censors which allowed for black bars to be placed over her “girly-private parts”, but c’mon Kim. I know you’re beautiful, confident and proud but let’s not forget that you’re a wife and more importantly a mother of two that you’ll have to answer to someday as to why you thought it was socially acceptable to post nude pictures of yourself on the internet and caption them “When you’re like I have nothing to wear. Lol.”

Regardless of being a huge Kardashian fan, I’m trying my best to look at this from an unbiased perspective. Nude or fully clothes, with this photo being posted around the same day as International Women’s Day, was this photo empowering women or degrading them?

Another Kardashian cry for attention or Kim’s right just like anyone else’s to express herself as she desires? What do you think?


Trump Wins Over Swamp State in GOP Primary

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Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump waves has he arrives for a campaign rally Monday, Feb. 8, 2016, in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Despite some national Republican Party leaders begging their “faithful” not to support Donald Trump, the GOP front-runner continued his hot streak Saturday (March 5) by winning the Louisiana presidential primary.

Might I say, being a native Louisianian, what does our vote say about which candidate our faith lies? Or perhaps an even greater question– what would Donald’s election as President of the United States mean for our country?

The Associated Press along with many other news outlets projected Trump to be the winner almost a half hour after the polls closed.

In my opinion, Trump appears to be more vulnerable in the Southwest and Midwest. He’s taken over Cruz’s supporters now in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Iowa.

The real estate mogul’s meteoric and improbable rise has baffled people and set off a surge of soul-searching within the GOP race. Trump’s excessive use of vulgarity and his controversial immigration policies have incensed some party leaders enough to attempt to derail his bid for the nomination.

But Trump’s victory in Louisiana Saturday could put that goal even farther out of reach.

How many of Louisiana’s 46 delegates will be pledged to Trump or his major rivals, Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida, at the national convention in Cleveland this summer will depend on a state party formula. No at-large delegates will be awarded to candidates who didn’t capture at least 20 percent of the vote.

Cruz, who campaigned in Mandeville on Friday, finished second to Trump, furthering his argument that he is best positioned to overtake Trump or force a brokered convention in Cleveland.

Trump’s rally in a hangar at Lakefront Airport the night before the polls opened encapsulated the feelings of anger and frustration among mostly white, working- and middle-class voters who have flocked to the billionaire businessman. His hour-long speech was punctuated several times by protesters accusing Trump and his followers of xenophobia and racism.

At one point, an audience member was waving a Mexican flag, and Trump stopped his speech to ask whether that person was “friend or foe.”

Trump has been criticized for his promise to build a massive wall along the Rio Grande and to force Mexico to pay for it.

The next big primary contests are scheduled for March 15, when the delegate-rich, winner-take-all states of Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Ohio will vote.

With Primaries being over, who is our country in favor of? Trump the cocky business confidant or Hilary the slithering “kill them with kindness” serpent?

So far, with Louisiana’s “okay” vote for Trump as our Republican elect, does this mean that Louisiana is in favor of being under his rule– that the swamp state is either in favor of Trump or would just rather him over Hilary Clinton and her shenanigans?