According to Jon Bon Jovi, Kim Kardashian gives love making a bad name.
Her type of fan is akin to some kind of bad medicine.
While many hard-working families around the world are essentially living on nothing more than a prayer, Kim and her relatives are living off the lewd acts Kardashian went committed while naked on camera with Ray J.
What we’re saying is this:
Jon Bon Jovi is not a fan of Kim Kardashian.
The legendary musician made this as clear as he possible could while speaking this weekend to Australia’s The Sunday Project.
“I think it’s horrific that we live in that world,” the rock star said of how folks such as Kim and her family members can be famous, adding:
“I can tell you I’ve never given 60 seconds of my life ever to one of those Housewives of Blah Blah and Kardashians.”
It’s not evident what prompted this attack by Bon Jovi, but once the singer got going, he couldn’t get over how talented bands can make money by singing a song titled Bed of Roses…
… while untalented people such as Kim can make even more money by having sex on a bed in front of a video recorded and then releasing the footage online.
“I don’t know their names, I’ve never watched 60 seconds of the show, it’s not for me,” he continued, prior to taking direct aim at the Kim Kardashian sex tape and asking Kim:
“What’s gonna be in your autobiography? ‘I made a porno and guess what, I got famous.’ F-ck, sorry, I’ll pass.”
The thing is, if Kim did write a biography with this title, you just know it would be a best-seller.
“Go and write a book, paint a painting, act, study, sing, play write,” Bon Jovi reportedly added, lamenting how reality stars and Instagram models don’t actually do anything to garner their fame and fortune.
As the saying sort of goes these days, they are famous just for being famous.
This is a criticism that has followed Kardashian around ever since she got nude and straddled Ray J for Kim Kardashian Superstar.
She has insisited for years ever since that she actually works harder than most celebrities specifically to combat this assumption.
"I think that’s how I was definitely introduced to the world,” she told Oprah in 2012 of the sex tape, adding;
“It was a negative way, so I felt like I really had to work 10 times harder to get people to see the real me."
The real Kim appears to be someone with very little personality or humor or ability to do much of anything aside from take off layers of clothing.
Despite this perception, though, Kim continues emphasize that she really does work hard on things such as fashion and her various business endeavors.
"It is a talent to have a brand that’s really successful off of getting people to like you for you," Kardashian said on 60 Minutes in 2016.
"I would think that has to involve some kind of talent, you know?"
In ths same interview, Kim acknowledged the vital role Twitter and Instagram have played in her enormous success, but she also wanted credit for having figured out how to master those platforms to her benefit.
“I totally attribute my career to social media,” she said, confessing that she has "monetized the act of living."
This is actually a very astute way of describing it.
The public can now choose to either side with Kim and praise her for figuring out how to do this…
… or with Bon Jovi and roll their eyes over it.