Kim Kardashian is playing the blame game

Kim Kardashian is playing the blame game
March 8, 2013 JEREMY FEIST

Kim Kardashian

Yesterday, Kim Kardashian was rushed to the hospital after having a miscarriage scare, which we didn’t report on at all because seriously: miscarriage. There’s really nothing funny about that at all. Except now, it turns out Kim is fine and is trying to blame it on Kris Humphries, and just like that, Kim’s special brand of opportunistic douchiness rears its ugly head and it’s okay to make fun of her again. RadarOnline reports…

Kris believes that someone in Kim’s camp planted information blaming him for her miscarriage scare. “Kris feels this is yet another ploy by Kim’s camp to make him look bad. “Kris didn’t make Kim get on a 10 hour flight to and from Paris, nor did he have anything to do with her trip to Nigeria,” a source told Radar, relaying how angry Kris became after blame was shot his way. “Kris won’t be blamed for her pregnancy complications, and he wants to subpoena her medical records to determine what is really going on with Kim medically. The only stress Kim is experiencing is temper tantrums because Kris isn’t just going to give her a divorce because it’s convenient for her. Perhaps Kim should also stop filming Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and stop the jet setting lifestyle,” a source told RadarOnline exclusively.

The funny thing is, Kim may be trying to blame this on the stress of her divorce, but let’s be real, Kim has one of the most stress-free lives out there. She doesn’t even have to work. All she does is make public appearances, and that barely counts as a job. Seriously, maybe the fact that she’s been hitting the gym to stay thin and the fact that she’s been travelling non-stop may have had more to do with it. Seriously, you’re pregnant; stay home and watch TV. You have the rest of your life to be vain and annoying in public, but you owe it to yourself and your baby to calm down for the next four months.

Jeremy Feist is an (ahem) entertainer from Toronto, Canada. He writes, acts, and performs on stage, and has been a writer for Popbytes for almost three years now. He lives in Toronto with his boyfriend, his incredibly dumb but cute puppy, and his immortal cat.