Kim K wants to break the internet with her ENORMOUS naked bottom!


Kim Kardashian wants to “break the internet” with a photo of her nude bottom. And it might just work... The 34-year-old brunette is famed for her bulbous derriere, and also frequently slammed for making money based on her looks and reality show. But as photos of a racy new magazine cover surfaced on Tuesday, she shot back at critics. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE PHOTO.

'And they say I didn't have a talent'
“And they say I didn't have a talent,” she wrote on Twitter and Instagram on Tuesday as she shared the photos. “Try balancing a champagne glass on you’re a** LOL #BreakTheInternet” Kim is the latest cover girl for American magazine Paper, in a series of images shot by French photographer Jean-Paul Goude. One image leaves nothing to the imagination as it shows her entirely naked behind, with a caption challenging Kim to “break the internet”. Another features the star in a slinky black dress, with a glass of champagne appearing to sit neatly on her buttocks. This is the shot Kim is all too proud of.

An accompanying interview will be released with the November edition of the magazine on Thursday. Kim apparently used the opportunity to talk about how much she enjoys putting her life on show.

“I love sharing my world with people. That’s just who I am,” she reportedly says in her chat, according to Page Six.

The shoot will surely garner much attention and scrutiny for Kim. The photos were taken during Paris Fashion Week this year, and photographer Jean-Paul explained his own terminology for large bottoms.

“Big asses, generous bottoms, big butts — I prefer the term voluptuous backsides,” said the French artist.

This isn’t Kim’s first time toeing the line for a magazine photo shoot. In September, she posed nude for British GQ Magazine, however all of her privates were covered.

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