Kim Kardashian is always at the center of a lot of drama. Previously, Kim made a contentious remark about women not wanting to work which landed her in hot water. Kim has now clarified her comment on what she meant to say.

Kardashian has stated that her recent comments about work ethic and achieving success were not intended to be a dig at women. They were simply the reality of working hard to achieve your goals when everyone else doubts you. Kim was chastised earlier this month when she told Variety that her advice to women in business was, “Get your f*cking a*s up and work. It seems like no one wants to work these days.”

Kim recently said that the entire incident was taken out of context, telling Robin Roberts on ‘GMA’ on Monday that, “My message was to anyone who wants to be successful in building a business or brand having come from that very specific space — reality show or social media fame — is to work hard. It’s not easy. You don’t just post something on social media and overnight you become a success.”

According to a source who attended the interview, Kim made it clear that her remark was not directed at women. It was a part of her personal experience, she explained, “After 20 years at this I am still put in the box of famous for being famous. I heard someone say that to me when we did that interview and that’s when my demeanor and tone shifted.”

“My statement was never intended to be a general blanket statement or to even allude to the idea that women don’t already work hard — and I’m sorry that it was received in that way.”

Kim has become a billionaire through the reality TV and social media pipeline, which no one else has done, so her advice must be sound, even if it’s difficult to hear. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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Shivangini Rawat

Shivangini is a law student with a passion for writing and music. She writes for Thirstyfornews and enjoys cooking, baking, and playing various instruments. In her free time, she watches movies, TV shows, and anime, with a love for bands like Alcest and Scorpions.

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