'Happy being an attorney': Kim Kardashian considers quitting reality TV to practice law
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Kim Kardashian claims she would be content to quit reality television in order to work as a lawyer full-time because she finds it to be just as fulfilling. Kim declared that she would appreciate a life away from the spotlight.
'The Kardashians' star discussed her work to improve the criminal justice system and went into detail about her efforts to secure Alice Marie Johnson's release from prison during an interview she gave at the TIME100 Summit on Tuesday, April 25. When the interviewer, Poppy Harlow, asked the reality star about a possible life "without the cameras," Kim quickly responded, "Absolutely." She shared that advocating for Johnson's case has been eye-opening and life-changing on multiple fronts.
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'Kim K is retiring, and I'm just going to be a lawyer'
Kim said, "I think there's a lot that's always on TV and a lot that's always out there, but I think my friends and my family know we really cherish a lot of our private times, and I would be just as happy being an attorney full-time."
Kim frequently makes the joke, "Kim K is retiring, and I'm just going to be a lawyer," with her manager and mother, Kris Jenner. She continues to say to her mother, "So, I was like, 'So, you can go help my siblings. So you can still have a job.’... So, I'm giving her the heads-up."
'You're honor, I objectify'
Many people have reacted to Kim choosing a life without cameras on Twitter, with one person writing, "She wouldn’t like to not make money from her shows, licensing deals, contracts and so on. Also she probably has a payroll to pay each month so no. It's just an aspirational quote to make herself look humble."
Another person wrote, "Doubt it." A third person wrote, "The same person who illegally recorded, illegally edited and illegally posted a phone call to make people bully someone ? what a JOKE." This other person wrote, "You're honor, I objectify."
One person wrote, "I mean no one is watching the show anymore so what's she giving up really... let's be real Kimberly." Another person wrote, "She says while about to lead in the new season of american horror story."
She wouldn’t like to not make money from her shows, licensing deals, contracts and so on. Also she probably has a payroll to pay each month so no. It’s just an aspirational quote to make herself look humble.— Mauricio Olivares Paganoni (@maupaganoni) April 26, 2023
Doubt it— Evan Karadimov (@evankaradimov) April 26, 2023
the same person who illegally recorded, illegally edited and illegally posted a phone call to make people bully someone ? what a JOKE— it’s been a long time coming (@YanisLeaf) April 26, 2023
"You're honor, I objectify."— Jason Day (@themetamiddle) April 27, 2023
I mean no one is watching the show anymore so what's she giving up really... let's be real Kimberly— erina (@unhingedcringed) April 26, 2023
she says while about to lead in the new season of american horror story— A 💌🌷 (@alwllx) April 26, 2023
How did Kim Kardashian's legal career unfold?
Kim's commitment to law and justice has been well-documented over the past few years. In addition to trips to Washington, DC, for lobbying activities, she has also continued to speak out and draw attention to cases in which she believes certain people, including death row inmates, were wrongfully imprisoned.
The mother of four claimed to have already passed the "baby bar," noting that it had a passage rate of 16%, and she wants to take the bar in February 2025, which she claimed has a somewhat higher 36% passage rate.
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