Jon Bon Jovi slams Kim Kardashian, says she's only famous for 'making a porno'
Jon Bon Jovi is not a fan of the Kardashians nor the Real Housewives franchise as he calls out modern celebrity culture and insists it's not for him.
Jon Bon Jovi is clearly not impressed with modern celebrity culture and especially some of the reigning queens of reality television. The 56-year-old 'Have a nice day' singer who has successfully sold around 130 million albums worldwide called out Kim Kardashian and also the Real Housewives franchise.
While appearing on 'The Sunday Project', Bon Jovi spoke to Lisa Wilkinson and shared his thoughts, "I think it's horrific that we live in that world and I can tell you I've never given 60 seconds of my life, EVER, to one of those Housewives of Blah Blah and Kardashians. I don't know their names, I've never watched 60 seconds of the show, it's not for me," he continued.
He also referred to Kim's 2007 sex tape with R&B singer Ray J which had made headlines. "What's gonna be in your autobiography? "I made a porno and guess what I got famous." F**k, sorry, I'll pass," he added.
He went on to slam modern celebrity culture and what it means today and shared, "Go and write a book, paint a painting, act, study, sing, play write. Fame is a byproduct of writing a good song," he continued.
Even though Bon Jovi may not know about it, outside of reality TV, Kim has released a dance-pop song which is titled Jam (Turn it up) and has also been seen in films such as 'Disaster Movie' and Tyler Perry's 'Temptation'. Kim has also released a book of her most famous selfies. She even became a successful tech entrepreneur as a result of her emoji app which is called Kimoji as well as her popular mobile role-playing game Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.
Bon Jovi had also attempted to launch his own reality TV show in the year 2015 which is titled 'If I wasn't a rock star'. It looked as though the series was inspired by Paris Hilton's 'The Simple Life' and the show was going to follow popular and famous rock stars around when they returned to their hometowns to lead a normal life. However, his show was never launched and got scrapped. In a statement to Billboard, he shared, "I was drawn to this project simply because it will be a celebration of the working men and women of this country. They are the real rock stars."