Kim Kardashian may enjoy pretending to be generous by running a "charity" auction of her hand-me-downs on eBay, but who’s really making out here?
Tax records obtained by Radar Online reveal that the selfie queen pocketed nearly $200,000 in 2014 from her eBay auction – in which she sold items including a pink thong onesie, Balini leggings, and a Burberry coat – while her charity received just over $23,000.
The auction site states that sellers can give anywhere from 10 to 100 percent of proceeds to a nonprofit organization of their choice – and what does Kim choose to donate?
The minimum: 10 percent.
Hey, that $200 grand is another fur-lined thong, Kim likely rationalizes. Why should a bunch of poor people get anything when I’M the one who took all those belfies?
Unfortunately, it’s not exactly the impoverished who are benefiting from Kim’s marginal magnanimity.
The reality star launched another so-called charity auction in March, and the big 10 percent is going to a Miami-based boutique church named Vous, which is run by the pastor who married Kim and husband Kanye West.
The 31-year-old pastor, Rich Wilkerson, Jr., lives in a penthouse duplex in Miami, is buddies with Justin Bieber and stars in a reality show on Oxygen called "Rich in Faith," according to the New York Post.
He and his wife lead a "high-end, materialistic lifestyle filled with designer clothing, luxury cars and yachts, and upscale parties, restaurants and nightclubs,” according to a lawsuit filed against the church.
Alms for the poor, not so much.
Sadly, this isn’t the first time Kim has come under fire for her questionable eBay auctions.
In 2013, she reportedly earned $400,000 in pocket change while 10 percent went to the Life Change Community Church – a ministry founded by her mom, Kris Jenner.
Perhaps Kim could’ve chosen more worthy recipients of her "generosity," or expand her coffer of giving to the full 100 percent. We’re fairly certain she can afford it.
But it sounds like Kim is one kash kow who really doesn’t GAF.