Kim Kardashian Told Kris Humphries When, Where, And How To Propose



You’re not gonna believe this, but Keeping Up With The Kardashians is a completely fabricated and scripted subversion on a mass scale disguised as a reality television series “focusing on the personal and professional lives of the members of the Kardashian and Jenner family” to make Kris Jenner and E! as much money as they possibly can. Radar Online reports:

In the latest example of staging, cameras captured Humphries proposing to Kardashian in the bedroom of her mansion. Kris had wanted to propose to Kim in Minnesota, but he had absolutely no control over how it all went down. “Kim told Kris how, where and when to propose, it was absolutely no surprise to her whatsoever, a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. “First of all, Kris proposed in the middle of the day, and he had to do that because it would create better lighting to capture the moment. Kim looked so surprised but she knew it was happening,” the source says. “She was in full hair and make-up, as she always is on the show. Kris wanted it to be very intimate and romantic, but all of his ideas were shot down by production officials and Kim. “Kim told him the paparazzi would ruin the special moment if it were to take place in a public setting, like the beach, which he had also considered. How romantic could it be with three camera crews?”

If you want to know how Kim Kardashian basically seems genetically hardwired to be a money-grubbing attention whore with no remorse or soul, read the Kris Jenner/Robert Kardashian divorce documents that were just released. The whore got it honest. And you remember the touching scene during their trip to Dubai where Kim confides in her mom about her “marital issues” and appears to be very remorseful? You do? Because that scene was filmed in a studio in Los Angeles and written to garner sympathy for Kim. Um, what are you waiting for Jihadists? Trouble finding Calabassas on a map? I know you’re good with New York already.

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