Kim Kardashian Wants Gun Control; Urges Kendall Jenner To Support Cause On 'Keeping Up With The 'Kardashian' (VIDEO)
Kim Kardashian is no stranger to controversy but this time, she wants to drag younger sister Kendall Jenner along: to support the gun control moment. In the upcoming episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashian", Kim urges Kendall to take a stance on gun control.
In the teaser video, the two sisters, including Khloe Kardashian, discuss about Kendall's interest in supporting the gun control movement. Kim invites her siblings to visit gun violence victims with the help of Everytown, an organization to build safer communities without gun violence.
The video ends with the 21-year-old Jenner looking uncomfortable to accept her older sister's invitation but Kim encourages Kendall to "stick up" for her beliefs despite possible "backlash".
Kim herself had been a gun violence victim recently, having robbed by five men at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room. The socialite has considerably changed due to this experience as she has been keeping a low-key profile on all her social media accounts.
According to US Weekly, Kim is becoming more cautious with her movements and has since overhauled her security team. The 36-year-old no longer drives by herself and has even gone as far as using multiple cars to avoid being tracked. The mother of two has also stopped checking in her whereabouts to her millions of fans online.
Kim has also voiced out her concerns over gun violence prior to the robbery. In August 2015, Kim implored to her Twitter fans about gun control as she shared the homicide case involving the murder of an entire family due to a jealous ex-boyfriend.
He purchased the gun & ammo ONLINE! How is it so easy to purchase guns online!!! Does this not sicken you? No background checks needed!!!!!
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 13, 2015
My thoughts & prayers go out to Valerie Jackson's family and friends! #GunLawsHAVEtoChange #GunSafety #BackgroundChecksNecessary — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) August 13, 2015
Kim has also lent her support to the Black Lives Matter movement after the death of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, two unarmed black men shot dead by police. After the two deaths, Kim confessed in an open letter on her official website that she felt "speechless, angry and numb" and called out for more accountability against police brutality.
This episode of "KUwtK" has been filmed before the robbery incident in Paris. It will be an interesting look at Kim's less glamorous side as she tackles the issue of gun violence with her sisters.
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