It’s hard to imagine someone who created their own career path of being an “influencer” struggling with being said “influencer.”
But hey, Kim Kardashian is only human after all and has struggles with her profession.
The KKW Beauty founder and business mogul recently opened up about what she struggles with most when it comes to being the ULTIMATE influencer.
And let’s just say, her “Generation X” is showing big time.
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In a new ‘KUWTK’ bonus clip, Kim and Khloe Kardashian talk about the SKIMS founder’s less-than booming TikTok career.
Being a TikToker is hard!
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Khloe asks, “Did you ever rehearse at home all of your TikTok dances?”
Kim, who was just so busy cutting her cuticles, replies, “I have no time. I have to do like 2-3 hours of law school every day after filming.”
Alright, law school and TikTok creation definitely require different hours of time.
She continued, “I’m just not a good dancer, so it’s hard for me. You know?”
Scott Disick chimes in, “You were just kind of going with the motions.”
Um… isn’t that what TikTok is? Just a bunch of doing motions with your hands and body?
Kim said she just wants to be cute and smile, but it’s “hard.”
“So, I feel like I definitely have to get creative with my ad campaigns and figure it out,” she said. “But, what I find, what sells the most is people just love seeing you put it on. And explaining it and showing the material and showing the fabric, or putting on makeup.”
Kim in tutorial action!
Kim actually got a lesson from TikTok’s very own Addison Rae during season 20 of ‘Keeping Up,’ and the results were pretty comical.
During a confessional Kim said, “So, I’m freaking out a little bit, because today Addison is going to teach me a TikTok dance.”
While attempting to do a split Kim said to Addison, “I can’t get down like you.”
Kim admitted she is not a dancer and never claimed to be a dancer, but if anyone is going to make her look good while (attempting) to dance, it’s Addison.
Well, at the rate North is growing up and given she’s growing up in the TikTok-era, I think you’ll have more than enough people to help teach you how to dance, Kimberly.