Kim Kardashian, Kanye West avoided naming daughter North a ‘K’ name because ‘then they’ll call us the KKK’
1. Kanye West was spotted posing with a scantily clad Kim K during her video shoot for Jam. If we remember correctly, Kim wasnt single. 2. In true Kardashian fashion, Kanye made an appearance on Kourtney & Kim Take New York(He HAD to have been in love because reality TV is so not Ye) . As is obvious in the quick clip, Kim was being a total tease and Kanye bit the bait every time. 3.
Kim Jae Joong #1 on a famous music program in China
By Margaret Eby / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, July 26, 2013, 5:40 PM Comment Alan Diaz/AP Kanye West and girlfriend Kim Kardashian avoided naming their child a ‘K’ name to avoid references to the Ku Klux Klan. New mom Kim Kardashian named her first daughter North partially to avoid referencing a white supremacist group. During a family vacation in May, Kardashian spoke with her step-brother Brody Jenner and sister Kourtney Kardashian about her naming options, and revealed the logic behind her decision on an episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” Kardashian “kind of” wanted to name her child something that began with the letter K, in keeping with Kardashian-Jenner family tradition. But she worried. “Our kid, if it’s a K, then they’ll call us the KKK,” Kardashian said.
The show gets aired three times per week, and once a week, the show announces #1 K-Pop song of the week. The title track of Kim Jae Joong’s 1st solo regular album was announced #1 K-Pop song during November 13th, 20th, and 27th broadcasts of Jin Yue Tan, and the song also debuted #1 on Yin Yue Tai Weekly Chart for 4 consecutive weeks.” Jin Yue Tan() is one of the programs of China’s biggest broadcast station, CCTV, and approximately 1 billion people watch the channel. Kim Jae Joong’s 1st solo regular album, ‘WWW: Who, When, Why’, was released on October 29th. The album includes tracks of soft rock, British Pop, and ballad genres, and many people showed great reactions for Kim Jae Joong’s pure passion for music. The album debuted #1 on iTunes Charts of 12 different countries, Tower Records Daily Chart, Oricon Weekly Chart, and Asian Music Chart in Germany.