Kim Kardassian Is Still Dead

December 2, 2010 / Posted by:

World AIDS Day was yesterday and to raise money for HIV/AIDS awareness and treatment, Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, Ryan Seacrest, Justin Timberlake, Alicia Keys, Elijah Wood and other celebrities virtually threw themselves in a coffin until $1 million is raised for the Keep a Child Alive charity. That means no more Tweeting, Facebooking or posting bikini photos of themselves so they can feed their egos on the “OMG UR SO HOT” comments left by their followers. NONE OF THAT!

Well, somebody might want to poke a hole in the coffin holding Kim’s Twitter page, because it might be in there a while. As of right now, these stunt queens have raised a little over $162,000 and slowly counting.

Kim has this to say in her video for the charity:

“I’ve decided to sacrifice my digital life to help give real life to millions of people affected by HIV and AIDS in Africa and India. It’s true, I’m a little obsessed with Twitter, but I’m even more obsessed with fighting AIDS.”

Like a million people have said before, they are going about this the wrong way! We’d all drop a bill in their donation box if they promised to padlock Kim’s Twitter coffin for good. Besides, isn’t Kim losing money? Kim reportedly makes up to $10,000 for Tweeting about how you can get 10% off of a designer purse and crap like that. Pimp Mama Kris is probably furiously refreshing the Keep a Child Alive site hoping that coffin fills up faster or else she’ll have to cut back on her monthly bronzer allowance. Shit, Kris will probably just cut a check for the difference and call it even.

via Popeater

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