Kim Kardashian the sour cow

2014-11-19 15:16

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In a recent taping of the interview of Screentime with Nicky Greenwall scheduled for November 19, TV personality Bridget Masinga spoke out about her terrible interview experience in 2010 with one of the world's most talked about reality stars, Kim Kardashian.

Masinga admits that though the Kardashians might have been jet legged, as a professional, Kim should have known better than her “sour arms crossed diva extraordinaire” attitude.

The Kardashian sisters visited South Africa in December 2010 as ambassadors for Brutal Fruit, and 20 South African women were invited to a private dinner with the sisters. Masinga was one of those who had an opportunity to mingle with them.

Pointing at the picture of Kim and her sister Khloé, Masinga says "I like the Kardashians - I like Khloé, she was awesome taking off her ring and passing it on for the other girls to try it on ... but SHE [Kim] was a diva extraordinaire!”

A "camp" of minders also might have added to Masinga’s frustration as they made several demands on the production team.  Some of the demands made were "crop her here", "can I check the lighting", and “please make sure if it's a wide shot it doesn't go below the knees because she doesn't like her knees".

Catch Bridget's interview on Screentime with Nicky Greenwall on tonight at 9.35pm, with repeats on eNCA

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