July 30, 2014 03:30 PM by Lisa Princ
If you happen to keep up with Kim Kardashian on Twitter, then you already know how
vain she is she loves to constantly share selfies on social media. And it appears that Khloe Kardashian is not the only family that has noticed how ridiculously obsessed Kim is. In fact, Kris Jenner recently blasted her daughter over her selfie obsession as well!
Kim Kardashian is definitely the most vain person we’ve ever seen, and though Khloe Kardashian recently called her out on it, it seems that momager Kris Jenner has also finally seen what everyone else does. In fact, in one deleted scene from the Kardashian family trip to Thailand, Kris Jenner actually calls her daughter out for taking way too many selfies, and we certainly can’t blame her!
In the scene, Kris Jenner is shown looking through some jewelry, when Kim walks in and exclaims: “Oooh, I have not done a selfie in this glam room,” without even saying hello to her mother. Like Khloe, Jenner is starting to feel that Kim has a selfie addiction. “How many selfies are you going to do in one day? You’re like obsessed,” Jenner tells her daughter, before blasting her for also changing a million times to take different selfies.
Normally, we don’t agree with anything that Kris Jenner does, but this time she nailed it! Kim Kardashian is definitely obsessed with selfies, but she should be obsessed with her own daughter. Most mothers are more concerned with taking pictures of their own children, than with taking selfies. Poor North.
It’s your turn to sound off Facebook fans! What do you think of Kris Jenner finally realizing how obsessed her daughter is with selfies. We know you have an opinion and we want to hear it, so feel free to sound off in the comments section below!
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