By DiMarkco Chandler
The Kim Kardashian rumor mill is in full bloom only eight days before summer. There is so much information driving her brand that depending on where you get your news, the so-called facts may not match what other news sources are saying. For instance, Fox News has an article titled “Did Kanye West tweet nude photo of Kim Kardashian, or is it a lookalike porn star?” while the report implies that, in fact, a tweet of a nude photo resembling Kardashian originated from West’s Twitter account, yet further evidence may indicate that the naked image is actually Amia Miley or someone other than Kim.
In contrast, Entertainmentwise.com’s article, titled “Kanye West Tweets Naked Picture of Kim Kardashian,” argues that the picture could indeed be Kim and that she should be heated at West for tweeting the picture in the first place.
In contrast to both Fox News and Entertainmentwise.com, TMZ is reporting that the whole issue was a prank tweet for #WanksterWednesday. They dismiss the notion that the photo initially originating from West’s Twitter account, claiming that they have done their due diligence. TMZ points out that “the woman in the pic appears to be porn star Amia Miley,” who they say “tweeted the same photo of herself on her twitter account in 2011, and she tells us it’s her…, and although the pic has been sent around with credit to Kanye, we’ve learned it was never posted on Kanye’s account.” These supposed facts totally contradict the two previous reports cited here. So what is the Internet news junkie to do? In truth, there’s not very much anyone can do other than way the facts for one’s self. It’s merely the cost of getting your news from the rumor mills that call themselves news.
The moral of the story is, enjoy the entertainment and don’t take it too seriously because if you do, you’re in for a ride.
Just approaches this story on Kardashian from a different angle, it does include one of the most recent rumor that has most online news junkies buzzing.