There is no one in the game who knows how to hustle quite like the Queen of Marketing, Kim Kardashian. From her video game to her selfie book, homegirl has perfected the art of making money off her ~kurvy~ image, creating an empire based on the Kimmy K brand. So with all that money flooding her way, it’s great to know that she’s constantly giving back to the community via the profit earned from her official ‘Charity eBay Store,’ right?
As. fucking. if.
Turns out, the reality queen is pocketing most of that $$$ as well, because, well, A GIRLS GOTTA EAT SOMEHOW, YA KNOW?! As reported by Radar Online, eBay tax documents prove that Kim pocketed around $404,000 from selling her used shit online, giving a little over $44,000 to Life Change Community Church, a ministry created by Kris Jenner. So, basically, 10% of the proceeds of the money from her CHARITY ACCOUNT are given to an actual charity. Got it.
This isn’t the first time, however, that Kim has been targeted for being a sketchy philanthropist. She defended her “giving” a few years back, saying, “In regards to these eBay auctions, when the eBay numbers get broken down, the auction management agency that posts for me gets a percentage for all of their hard work, then eBay listing fees, end of auction fees, eBay Store fees, Paypal fees, etc., all add up to about half of the sale. Then I give 10 percent to a charity.”
Soooooo, translation? There’s a LOT of hard work that goes in to giving to charity, guys. She has also stated that she gives “10% of ALL of her earnings to charity,” not just the cut from her “Charity” Auctions. Let’s all just hope that’s true because if she shared even an morsel of the money she’s been making off her Apple store goldmine then the people who gain from her Life Change Community Church donations are about to be all “VERSACE VERSACE VERSACE”.
More from Swagger:
Are You Here For Kim Kardashian’s Cropped Cut?
Man Fakes His Own Death to Get Out of Wedding
REPORT: Rihanna, Katy Perry and Coldplay Have Been Tapped to Perform the Super Bowl Halftime Show