Uganda: Museveni Actually Asked Kim Kardashian What She Does for a Living

Kim Kardashian autographs a shoe for Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni as rRapper Kanye West looks on when they paid a courtesy call at State House, Entebbe, Uganda
16 October 2018

Don't know who Kim Kardashian is? Well, don't fret over it -because you are not alone.

Uganda President Yoweri Museveni is also not 'Keeping up with the Kardashians' after he asked the popular American socialite what she does for a living.

This was after Kim and her 41-year-old rapper husband Kanye West paid him a courtesy call at State House on Monday during their vacation trip. Kanye and Kim arrived in Uganda last Friday.

During the visit, Museveni welcomed the couple to the country and wished them a memorable stay.

LEAVE HER HUSBAND

However according to People.com, Kim told President Museveni that she would not be staying long and will have to leave early (leaving behind her husband) because she had to go back to "work".

"They met with the President of Uganda and the President asked Kim why she had to leave early, she replied that she had to go back to work," a source was quoted.

It is at that point that the Ugandan President asked the socialite what kind of job she does.

"The President then asked what was her job and Kim very politely said that she had a TV show with sisters and family and they were all waiting for her return," added the source.

Kim, who has more than 110 million followers on Instagram, is known for her raunchy and seminude posts.

She came into the limelight after a leaked sex tape with ex-boyfriend Ray J. Four years ago, she broke the internet posting nude for the front cover of Paper Magazine Winter Edition.

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