This is why reality stars need to be banned from Twitter, Facebook, and other social media. Whenever a tragedy dominates the news, they always try to capitalize on the tragedy and make it all about themselves. Take, for example, Kris Jenner‘s recent tribute to Paul Walker.
Has Kris met Paul? Maybe. Did Kris actually know Paul? Unlikely. Maybe she hit on him, maybe she tried to hook up with him, but I think we’re safe in saying that he probably gave her zero attention. But even then, she writes a long, emotional tribute as if she actually knew him and worked with him. She uploads two photos of him, with the first one captioned, “Rest in peace Paul Walker. A true talent gone way too soon. #rip.” Then, she linked the second to his quote, “You know, all that really matters is that the people you love are healthy and happy. Everything else is just sprinkles on the sundae.” She also added, “What a beautiful soul…”
I mean, come on! TWO tributes?! Even some of Paul’s co-stars, friends, and family didn’t do that. And it wouldn’t be such a big deal if any of it came off as genuine, but it just comes off as a blatant attention grab. All these reality stars just jump on the bandwagon, and there’s a difference between paying a tribute to an actor you admired and just fishing for hits. And with Kris and people like Snooki, it’s obvious that they’re just looking for attention.
What do you guys think of Kris’ comments? Do you think she genuinely meant what she said? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.