Kim Kardashian has a lot going on in her life. Fans may have noted that the sex tape controversy that was trending a few months ago is back making the headlines. On “The Kardashians,” Kim Kardashian threatened to “burn” Wack 100 over Ray J’s alleged second sex tape claims.

Many people believe that the Kardashian family’s rise to prominence began almost immediately after the sex tape of Kim and Ray J was leaked in 2007. Despite the fact that the two parties have been in other relationships and have children after the film was released, new rumors about the video have resulted in some bad events.

According to the Daily Mail, Kim revealed that her six-year-old son, Saint, saw an ad advertising the claimed release of never-before-seen material from her old sex tape on the first episode of her new Hulu series, The Kardashians. During a game of Roadblox, he noticed a pop-up commercial on his iPad.

A new scene follows, showing the 41-year-old chatting to her lawyers about the difficult situation. Kim made it plain that she does not want to revisit the difficult period of her life, despite the fact that it occurred nearly 20 years ago.

I don’t want it to be copied. I have four kids. I can’t go through this again. I know the right attorneys this time. I know exactly what to do this time… I have all the time, all the money, and all of the resources to burn them all to the ground.

Following the event, Kim was seen calling her now ex-husband Kanye West in an upset state. She also expressed her gratitude that their son was too little to comprehend the inappropriate context of what he had witnessed. The show will premiere on Hulu on Thursday, April 14.

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Gunjan Nath

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