Kim Kardashian Discussed Her Handling Of Kanye West’s Damaging Behavior And Her Doubt That Anyone Would Ever Want To Date Her Again In The Season Premiere Of “The Kardashians”
Kim Kardashian’s “my life is so hard, everyone feel sorry for me” storyline that she’s been publicly peddling lately made another appearance on the season three premiere of The Kardashians that hit Hulu today. But instead of krying herself to sleep over being a “single mom,” she spent much of the episode krying to Kris Jenner about Kanye West’s lies and volatile behavior being “far more damaging” to their kids than her sex tape. She also got candid about her breakup with Pete Davidson and her fear that no one else would ever want to date her because of her overstuffed Balenciaga trashbag-gage.
Braden Wallake is the CEO of HyperSocial, a marketing services firm in Columbus, Ohio. Mashable reports that recently, Braden laid off a few of his employees. This made him sad. So sad that he actually shed tears. But it’s what Braden did next that made him go viral: he posted a crying selfie on LinkedIn and wrote about how guilty he felt: “Days like today, I wish I was a business owner that was only money driven and didn’t care about who he hurt along the way. But I’m not.” Braden says that he just wants people to see that not every CEO is cold-hearted. Exactly! Some are emotionally manipulative doofuses who get off on playing the victim.
Justin Timberlake waited until he was good and rich (and had a movie to promote) before hopping on his Notes App and banging out a public apology to Britney Spears and Janet Jackson for times he “contributed to the problem.” What problem? Unclear. His publicist needed it done like yesterday, so no time for specifics this round. But in the apology that Justin recently posted on Instagram, he promises to do better. And considering how low the bar is for Justin, he could just mean next time he’ll pick a fun font for his next apology which should be for his crimes against fashion (1995-present).