The Kardashian family has been dubbed a “force for evil” by Megyn Kelly because the reality television stars have displayed “unrivaled vanity” online. “They didn’t do it by themselves,” Kelly said on one of her recent podcasts. “But more than any other, they’ve had a terrible effect in that lane,” Kelly went on with her criticism.” And I do blame them,” she said. “I do.”
When she was presenting “Megyn Kelly Today” on NBC in 2017, Kelly interviewed the Kardashian sisters, which she recalled on her podcast. During the interview, Kelly asked the sisters if they were “force for good” or “force for evil.” Kim responded: “I think we’ve honestly through our show — we’ve shown so much more positive things.”
Kelly, however, claimed that the more she observed them, the more “evil” she found the ladies to be, according to Indy100. “I don’t think this is healthy, and that’s why I object to — it’s their disgusting vanity which is spread like wildfire in our society. The selfie culture is abhorrent to me,” Kelly continued.
The Kardashians deny promoting unrealistic beauty standards for girls and women, although the nation has scolded them for doing exactly that throughout the years.
Kim is the most famous among her sisters. She made a name for herself by promoting her large behind, and flawless facial features, which many believe are the results of plastic surgeries. However, the richest of them all seems to be Kylie Jenner, the sister that has recently been named the youngest self-made billionaire in the world. Are people envious of the successful sister, or is it really about promoting core life values?