Here we go! Sharon Osbourne likes stirring up the pot some would say, and she rarely appears at a loss for words. This time, the wife of rock icon Ozzy Osbourne and co-host of the daytime talk show The Talk has focused her attack on one of the most famous reality TV stars on the planet, Kim Kardashian West.
According to an item by Hollywood Life, Osbourne had a few choice words about what feminism really is and says that KK West is not empowering women when she poses in barely-there outfits. In fact, she let it rip:
“That’s not feminism, that’s being a ho.”
There has been no comment by Kim Kardashian West, 36, at the moment, but the odds are that there will be some kind of response soon from the globally popular reality TV personality.
Osbourne had made her remarks to the British publication The Telegraph, and now the item has picked up buzz around the world. She didn’t stop at just KK West but also took down the famous Kardashian and Jenner sisters, slamming the family of females for constantly taking their clothes off, sleeping with half of L.A., wearing see-through gym work-out clothing that has zero to do with female progress. It’s all sexualization, she says.
Osbourne, 64, explains that she does not have a problem with KK West posing in sexy clothes or semi-naked shots, but when she adds the title of feminist along with her reasons for saturating social media with constant photos, she cannot keep silent. That is not supporting women’s rights and is something of another sort, suggests Osbourne:
“And there’s nothing wrong with being a ho, but always remember what you are.”
Osbourne’s daughter Kelly has been a longtime friend of Kim Kardashian West, and there has been no response from Kelly at this time.
The attack on KK West by Osbourne surfaced right after the reality TV star launched her sexy NSFW Back-to-School supplies to the public. NSFW stands for “not safe for work.” Some of the Kimoji school items include a Retro Kim lunch box, a phone charger in the shape of KK West’s sizable, iconic behind, a butt-shaped mouse pad and a Cryface backpack.
Some folks aren’t happy about the sexualized KK West back-to-school supplies and blasted the mother of two for including her intimate parts on items for children.