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Video | Kim Kardashian Plays FASHION POLICE at Nigerian Event, ‘Love Like a Movie’

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Eight Months later, I am still wondering why singer Dare Art Alade felt the need to bring Kim Kardashian to Nigeria for his Love Like a Movie Concert. If you missed my discussion on this and all the drama that ensued from her visit, please click the following article “Did a Pregnant Kim Kardashian & Darey Art Alade Engage in DECEPTIVE/ FALSE ADVERTISING for the “Love Like a Movie” Concert?”

Otherwise, watch the video below and watch Kim Kardashian play fashion police.

Can I ask, Dare Art Alade, what was that statement on the fashion of one of the attendees, “her hair is nicely kinky” and that awkward laughter all about?” *Blank stare.*

Strong editing/production by LiveSpot by the way. Good job LiveSpot.

-Uduak

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