'E! True Hollywood Story' Jokingly Admits that Kim Kardashian Can Become the 'Next President'
In a preview of the "E! True Hollywood Story" starring the delectable onscreen diva, Kim Kardashian; a question about her attaining the top-most political office in America was hilariously asked.
"E! True Hollywood Story" came on air for the first time in 1996, addressing real stories connected scandals, murders, and mysteries of Hollywood stars.
Two prominent cases addressed by the series were the life of Macaulay Culkin and the murder trial of Selena Quintallina-Perez.
The program has now resumed after a long break, and a good comeback focuses on the life of the beauty queen, Kim Kardashian West.
Although over a decade ago, the Kardashian/Jenner family featured on the show, the focus placed on Kim then was not as explicit as it is now.
Not only has she changed to become a family woman, but also her career has evolved, and she has influenced many individuals around her.
The recent Kim Kardashian West documentary highlights every nook and cranny of Mrs. West's life. The preview shows two pictures of Kim in the White House, and it features the word, "Political Genius?" which began the joke about her aspiring to the office of the president.
A press statement by the network signified that stories, topics, and persons that influenced a change in cultural dynamics would appear on the season.
That's not all; these documentaries also centers on the accounts of their family members, close friends, or associates.
So for the "Who is Kim Kardashian West" episode on the show, her sisters, Kourtney and Khloe Kardashian, husband, Kanye West, her childhood best friend, and the producer of the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" Farjam Chazan, will tell their experiences with the mother of three.
Speaking of political office, it is true the diva made trips to the White House this year, but she explained that she merely is keen on helping prisoners find justice.
Kim clamors for a change in the death penalty judgment, which hinges on racial prejudice. She said she has no business running for president and that it is one of the most "stressful" jobs.
A 63-year-old woman, Alice Marie Johnson, was released through the media mogul's frequent visits and advocacy. Alice was a first-time non-violent drug offender sentenced to life behind bars without parole.
The mother of four is not the only one championing for justice and aiding these prisoners; recently, Kylie Jenner secured five years rent for an ex-convict, Matthew Charle.
It stars Catherine Oxenberg, whose daughter was a victim to the sex exploits of the group led by Keith Raniere. Barbara Bouchey. An ex-wife of the group's leader will also appear in the episode.
The second episode will feature the Kardashians, while the final chapter centers on the odds for women to thrive in the world of Hip Hop, rap icon Da Brat will share her opinion on the issue.
Other individuals such as Young M.A, MC Lyte, Rhapsody, and Yo-Yo will star on the Hip Hop episode.