Kim Kardashian has vowed that as long as she’s living and breathing, we’re all just going to have to get used to her whipping her kit off on the Internet.
Earlier this year, Kim K sparked a surprisingly strong reaction when she posted a nude selfie on Twitter, posing in front of a mirror in a blonde wig, and provoked everything from feminist debates to celebrity parodies.
So when the Webby Awards introduced their Break The Internet category for this year’s ceremony, there was truly only one worthy recipient, with Kim taking the moment during her acceptance speech to assure us all that she had no plans of covering up any time soon.
She told the crowds: “Nude selfies till I die.”
This might seem like a short and sweet speech, but the Webbys actually forbid their award-winners from saying anymore than five words during their moment of glory.
When faced with a backlash for her infamous nude selfie, including from celebrity critics like Chloe Moretz, Piers Morgan and Bette Midler, Kim hit back with a post on her website where she said she hoped to empower people by owning her body.
She wrote at the time: “I am empowered by my body. I am empowered by my sexuality. I am empowered by feeling comfortable in my skin. I am empowered by showing the world my flaws and not being afraid of what anyone is going to say about me.
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