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Kim Kardashian is all up in Kobe’s business

HollywoodNews.com: Kim Kardashian has been up and arms over Laker superstar Kobe Bryant becoming the spokesperson for Turkish Airlines. The reason being that Turkish Airlines is owned by the government of Turkey, which has neglected to address the Armenian genocide of 1915, of which Kardashian is becoming politically involved.

Kim was shocked at the endorsement and promptly began throwing her influence around to prevent Kobe from accepting the gig, even asking sister Khloe to ask Lamar Odom to pressure Kobe to turn down the deal. Here’s the problem; Kardashian may be unfairly singling out the Laker star, there have been many deals and companies that have ignored this cause, even companies that Kim has endorsed herself.

Carl’s Jr., the fast food chain that Kim appeared in commercials for, has recently announced plans to expand into new regions in order to spread their business, one of those countries being Turkey, yet Kim has made no such complaint to the company that employed her, according to Bleacher Report.

Do you think Kim should reassess her politics before she jumps into the fray? Let us know what you think.

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