19 February 2013

Nigeria: Criticisms Trail Kim Kardashian's 'Flash' Visit to Nigeria

Kim Kardashian talk about her role at Darey's Love...Like A Movie, tribute to Goldie, plans for the future and much more. ( Resource: Kim Kardashian's Exclusive in Nigeria )

Reality TV show star Kim Kardashian is presently being criticised left, right and centre for her 'flash' visit to Nigeria after being reportedly paid 500,000 dollars.

Kim had been invited to co-host the highly publicised Valentine show 'Love like a movie' by R&B king Darey Art Alade but Kim after some minutes on the red carpet and then the pre-event dinner with several high rated guests, reportedly appeared only for 45 seconds to speak to the cheering crowd before disappearing!

She practically slurred "Hey Naiiija" and vamoosed!

Tickets for the show had gone for N100, 000 with more than half of the guests buying because they wanted to enjoy an evening with Kim. They did enjoy it eventually... in a snap!

The media particularly is wagging but Kim seem oblivious to the criticisms. She was later pictured arriving in Los Angeles, looking tired in a white shirt and black trousers. Her smile for the cameras, could only mean she's happy to be home.

Kim is pregnant for boyfriend/ rapper Kanye West with her family reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians rated as one of E!'s most viewed programme, raking in about six million viewers in it's sixth season.

Shortly after arriving, the 32-year-old tweeted: 'Just landed back home! 20 hrs of flying. No big deal.'

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