Kim Kardashian sheds light on blackface controversy

"I remember Kylie was grounded once and Dolce knew something was wrong and he just lay on her, it was like he was telling her everything would be okay".

The launch of KKW Beauty is on June 21, and Kim Kardashian has been spending every day since the announcement of her first-ever solo makeup line promoting the products on social media. The curvy entertainer has blessed her 101 million Instagram followers with shots of Yeezy with their two adorable mini-me's. "The funniest thing is, I'm not the biggest animal person; sure, I love cute fluffy kittens but I don't die to constantly have a pet".

"I would obviously never want to offend anyone", she began. "No one mentioned it", she told the New York Times.

The initial drop of cosmetics will include versions of Kim's favourite cream contour kit and highlighters.

This, of course, takes a jab at Kim and refers to possible intentions of ruining little sister Kylie Jenner's established and growing business, which Kim used to partner.

Kim - who is managed by her mother, Kris Jenner - recently admitted she hopes her children would grow up to be inspired by her and Kanye's work ethic.

A month later, Kanye faced an untimely and shocking meltdown that left him hospitalized for eight days - the stress of it all weighed hard on Kim Kardashian, a source claims, and as the two reportedly started to argue more, and their commitment to staying together quickly faded.

Kim looked stunning in a black corset top with her black locks worn down. "We don't really talk to each other about what we're doing and what our formulas are".

It makes sense that Kardashian is launching with contouring products, as that's what she and her make-up artist Mario Dedivanovic are so famed for, but given her extensive following and experience in the make-up chair we expect as much buzz around future launches, too. "We saw the problem, and we adapted and changed right away", the reality star continued.

  • Kyle Peterson