Just when you thought that you had enough pile of unnecessary Kim Kardashian even though you don’t know what to do with it, here’s the latest piece of information– Kim starred in a Tupac video way back in the 90’s era when she was 14.
The 38-year-old reality phenomenon while speaking to Jonathan Cheban’s Foodgod podcast revealed that she appeared in a Tupac video in 1994. It was a time when Kim was far from realizing her success in Television and was barely starting out. In fact, to appear in that music video, she had to pretend her age was 18.
She appeared as one of the supporting roles in the music video lead by Hip-hop legend Tupac. Speaking about the video and if she had met Tupac in person, she said–
“No, he wasn’t there, I’ve never seen the footage. We were walking down the runway, like we were models walking down a runway.
It wasn’t like we were in bikinis by the pool or anything like that. We were literally walking down a runway, and it was Kim Stewart, Kourtney, me and maybe like one or two other of our friends.”
Not revealing exactly which video she appeared in, she continued how she felt after starring in the music video–
I don’t know how it happened. It was at a studio, like Milk Studios or something, and they set up a runway, and we were models in a fashion show,
And it was I think maybe for a soundtrack? Maybe it was like ’94 or ’95. I don’t really know. I don’t remember. I just remember we definitely didn’t tell our parents. It was supposed to be for some music video.
I never saw it ever come out, and I was bracing myself to tell my dad that I did this Tupac video… So I remember bracing myself, like, ‘How am I gonna say this to my dad?’ And then it never came out. I would’ve been in such trouble.
[…] It’s out there, and I hope someone finds it.
Toofab reportedly happened to find that the footage was from All about U. Check out the video below. Let’s see if you can spot Kim K in the video below.
Clue: She appears in a blue dress. Good luck.
Now how much of it is true, we don’t know. Might as well be a publicity stunt. I mean this is what they manufacture– unwanted facts that no one’s interested in yet enticing enough to grab people’s attention.