Kim Kardashian: I’d Not Utilize My Privilege to Get Her Children’s Way Into College

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Kim Kardashian: I'd Not Utilize My Privilege to Get Her Children's Way Into College
Kim Kardashian: I'd Not Utilize My Privilege to Get Her Children's Way Into College

Kim Kardashian: I’d Not Utilize My Privilege to Get Her Children’s Way Into College: Kim Kardashian West reported that she wouldn’t utilize her privilege to receive her kids to a school which they could not get into in their own since it would not help anyone.

“If they could not get to a college, I wouldn’t ever wish to use privilege to attempt and force them into a situation which they would not flourish in anyhow. So that’s where I just see that that’s not appropriate,” she told CNN’s Van Jones on Saturday night.

“I’d like my children to be kind. I need them to be grounded as you can. And to purchase your way to something simply would not benefit anyone,” she added.

Kardashian West’s comments on “The Van Jones Show” come weeks after prosecutors charged 50 people in a sprawling conspiracy to game the college admissions system.  The scheme included 33 wealthy parents, such as two dominant Hollywood actresses, who supposedly used their way to control the admissions system and get their kids into schools that were selective.

Kardashian West has taken a keen interest in social justice in recent years and is currently studying to be a lawyer. She said she expected her hard job in balancing her media careerher cosmetics business and her lawful pursuits set an example for her kids Saint, both North and Chicago West.

“For me, even with my children see me analyzing, leaving and moving to an office a couple of days each week, analyzing all of the time, coming home. I have my back pack, they’ve their backpack. They are studying, I am studying. They are seeing that I’ve this filming profession, I am having makeup samples analyzed around my arm while I am attempting to see my flash cards, and all this stuff.

“I expect they get motivated to understand that they understand they could place in the difficult job, although I am in my late thirties and I am just finishing school, or trying to do that today, it is never too late, and that there is actually no simple way out.

“I have always worked hard, and that I expect my children see that work ethic and need to do exactly the exact same thing,” she explained.

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