Is there no end to Kim Kardashian’s rear end?
Kim K has been trending worldwide since Wednesday for her “Paper Magazine” cover featuring her famous posterior with the caption “Break The Internet.”
So massive is the bubble of excitement that even Al Sharpton, no stranger to being a giant ass himself, had to chime in.
“I thought I could get out of the show without talking about it, but Kim Kardashian is trending worldwide all day for this,” Sharpton said, before “the reverend” spent more than three minutes of the floundering network’s time taking a crack at discussing Kim’s backside.
It’s not all fun and games. Businesses like big butts and they cannot lie. The financial figures cannot be denied.
According to Business Insider, gym classes, surgical procedures and padded panties that promise to help customers get plumper posteriors are growing in popularity.
In fact sales of Booty Pop, a padded panty, are up 47 percent in the past six months compared to a similar time last year, reported Business Insider.
Another maker of posterior derriere-increasing undergarments, Feel Foxy, said 2014 has been the company’s best year ever.
“The Nicki Minaj song gave women the idea to pay attention to their rear end,” said Jessica Asmar, co-owner of Feel Foxy.
And Mrs. Kanye West is happy to give them all the booty they can handle.
So while things are happening in the world that have global geopolitical consequences, the top trend on Twitter for two days has been a talentless celebrity whose only valuable asset is firing the public’s imagination under the hashtag #BreakTheInternet.
More proof that the Zombie Apocalypse is upon us.
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