Her milkshakes don’t bring all the boys to the yard.
Kim Kardashian is facing a backlash over her publicity tour in the Middle East, where she is launching a pair of Millions of Milkshakes franchises in malls.
Apparently, people feel Kardashian’s “values clash” with their traditions as “religiously committed people.” [Guess they weren't fans of her infamous sex tape, then]
Mohammad Al Tabtabai, a preacher, told Gulf News of her visit to Kuwait: “Her visit could help spread vice among our youth.”
Meanwhile, in neighbouring Bahrain, conservative lawmakers blasted the reality TV star and tried to keep her out of the island nation, arguing that she is “an actress with an extremely bad reputation”.Sahar Moussa, a columnist for The Kuwait Times, went as far to pen a blistering piece where she blasted the decision to allow Kardashian to visit.
She wrote: ”Let me be clear here, I really hate judging people, and I do respect everybody’s business when it comes to their private life, but when it is someone like Kim Kardashian - who is only known for her obscene movie, voluptuous derriere and fake reality TV show that shows nothing but low morals and a lot of plastic surgery, then I have a problem.
“I will not forgive them for letting a person who has nothing except low morals and fake attitude to come to Kuwait and spread what message?”
Apparently, the reality stars’ short-lived marriage and recent tweets supporting the people of Israel during the recent conflict with Palestine, also go against the grain of the deeply religious Middle East.
Here’s she is promoting her tour, prior to leaving America…