Kim Kardashian NPR Appearance: What Fans Think

Posted: Jun 19 2015, 8:18am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

Kim Kardashian NPR Appearance: What Fans Think
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  • Fans diss NPR show ‘Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me’ after Kim Kardashian appearance!

The National Public Radio's show ‘Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me’ comes under fire after Kim Kardashian appears on its ‘Not My Job’ segment.

The smart kids are apparently not happy that Kim Kardashian was invited on the National Public Radio's show ‘Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me’. Some fans of the show have even declared they will stop listening to the show from now on by cancelling their subscriptions and some have even claimed to have withdrawn their donations to the NPR show.

Some fans even went as far as to say they are ‘Disgusted’ and ‘Disappointed’ by the show, while some critics believe the show has jumped the shark. The controversy started not because Kim said anything offensive on the show but because she was present on the show for a complete 11 minutes was offensive to the fans.

Kim Kardashian for her part appeared on the National Public Radio's show ‘Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me’ to promote her recent book ‘Selfish’ and gave answers to MCQ’s about another infamous Kim (Kim Jong Un).

During the show Kim tried to show her sense of humor by declaring her book is ‘Riveting’ which may mean her book compilation of selfies is useless. No matter how hard Kim tried she could not gain approval from fans for the show.

One open-minded NPR fan wrote the Kardashian had no place in a civilized forum as the show ‘Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me’. While another cited the only reason they listened to the show was to get away from all people like Kim Kardashian, which are the embodiment of all that is wrong in America.

Previously Kim was publicly shamed by the fashion house of Giorgio Armani after she misspelled the name in a tweet asking for her favorite foundation.

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