Kim Kardashian discusses how she got “respect” in “high society.”

Kanye West, according to Kim Kardashian, is responsible for helping her obtain “respect” in “high society.”

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Kim Kardashian discussed how her ex-husband Kanye West helped her get “respect” in “high society,” but she also talked about how her own abilities had a big impact on how people saw her.

The reality TV star was recently questioned for the cover story of Interview and was asked when she realised she had “truly arrived in high society.”

The Kardashians star reacted by saying, “I mean, when I was with Kanye and he was introducing me to a lot of people. “I think that undoubtedly gave a lot of people a different degree of respect,” the author said.

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She continued, “I’ve also seen a (expletive) more recently—going to law school, just doing what I want,” indicating that she does not entirely attribute the success to her ex.

And developing into my own person, which people will see and respect, added Kim. It has different levels.

Kim, who divorced Ye in 2021 after seven years of marriage, went on to discuss how people continue to wonder how she became famous and accuse her of lacking talent.

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The founder of Skims recalled, “Yeah, people used to say that, and I’m like, ‘Do I need to be a (expletive) circus animal?'”

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I believe it resulted from people asking, “What are you famous for?” and my response being, “Well, we have a TV programme,” she explained. But that doesn’t mean the fame didn’t come from that simply because we’re not singing, dancing, or acting on the show.

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“But after that, I would use that as a hashtag, not bad for a girl with no talent, because people used to ask, “Well, what do you do? What do you excel at? I respond, “Didn’t know I needed one.

I can offer you a million (expletive) talents, she said. “I’m a good cook and can do anything with my toes. The most bizarre thing on earth would be what I could tell you.

“However, I believe that my strength lies in marketing, the business of product sales, and in understanding what customers want and how to make that feel both reachable and somewhat unattainable at the same time.

“I don’t consider that to be a talent. I believe it involves some business expertise and magic. I don’t know, maybe it’s talent,” Kim said.

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