Kim Kardashian reveals plans of repealing the death penalty and opens up about the end of KUWTK

Kim Kardashian reveals goals about abolishing the death penalty in 2024. 

  • Kim Kardashian works hard on passing the California State Bar in 2024 with a proposal of repealing the death penalty. 
  • In a Vogue interview, the star revealed her plans as an aspiring lawyer.
  • The social media personality also opened up about the end of the reality show KUWTK, and how the pandemic affected her family. 
Credits: Vogue

In a Sunday interview with Vogue, Kim Kardashian – an aspiring lawyer, best known for her role in the reality show ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians,’ discussed her plans for terminating the death penalty if she passes the California State Bar in 2024.

As Daily Mail reveals, the 40-year-old celebrity reportedly spends 18 hours a week studying law under the guidance of Jessica Jackson, Van Jones, and Erin Haney. Following the footsteps of her father Robert Kardashian – OJ Sipson defense attorney, Kim plans to start her own law firm.

Credits: Kim Kardashian / Instagram

Speaking with Good Morning Vogue, the media personality said:

“Abolishing the death penalty is, like, so high up my list. And as I have clients that, you know, have gone through close situations like Julius Jones in Oklahoma City that I’m really fighting for. It really makes you stop and just feel that you can’t sit still until they right all of these wrongs.”

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The end of an era: Kim Kardashian also opened up about the final season of KUWTK. 

The final 20th season of the reality show where all the Kardashian fame started premiers on E! this Thursday. Kim shares:

“It’s really crazy to look back and just to think 20 seasons. That’s a long time. I think my most emotional time was when we told our crew that we weren’t going to go forward after season 20.”

Credits: KUWTK / Instagram

Recalling the whole KUWTK experience, the celebrity says:

“I look back, and I think, oh my god, there’s so many embarrassing things that are on TV for the world to see. But then you have to kind of, just, understand that I’m so grateful for also the evolution because I’ve learned so much. So I’m happy that we were able to be on for so long for people to see that.”

However, despite the end of KUWTK, Kim and her family signed a new deal with Hulu/Star. The new show is expected to start streaming in late 2021.

Vogue described Kim Kardashian as “one of the authors of social media.”

Apart from her personal Instagram account, Kim also runs KKW Beauty – her own cosmetic line, and SKIMS – a loungewear fashion brand.

Credits: Kim Kardashian / Instagram

Talking about the power of social media and how all of her hundreds of millions of followers get so invested in her life, she explains:

“I definitely realized how to use social media as a tool to enhance my business. I would always show people a little bit of my design and have them be apart of that world with me. It happened organically, but I realized later it made the fan or the customer feel like they’re invested in that product because they helped me pick the color of the bottle. They helped with my decision process along the way, and I genuinely wanted their help, so it just was kind of this – I always say the stars aligned on that.”

Credits: SKIMS / Instagram

However, the star admits “it’s not as easy as it looks.” Kim adds:

“It’s a full-time job, and it’s extremely time-consuming, and it’s not as easy as it may appear to some people.”

Despite being a hot topic in the past few weeks, Kardashian’s divorce from Kanye West was not mentioned in the interview.

However, Kim revealed how the pandemic helped her strengthen the relationships she has with her children. She shared:

“This time that I’ve been able to spend with my children has been priceless. That part has been so beautiful. Just knowing that when we do start to fill our plates back up I hope that we don’t fill them up with things that don’t make us happy. Even the work schedule!”

Credits: Kim Kardashian / Instagram

Kim added:

“I used to work nonstop and I would’ve done anything and everything at all hours and never taken into consideration just slowing down at all. So this was a forced halt.”

What do you think of Kim Kardashian’s law ambitions? Were you a fan of KUWTK? Let us know in the comment section!

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