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Hoax - "President Obama Calls Kim Kardashian a H*e Because of Her Paper Magazine Photos"

2014-11-17T14:24:14 -  +
Hoax - "President Obama Calls Kim Kardashian a H*e Because of Her Paper Magazine Photos"

The article: "President Obama Calls Kim Kardashian A 'H*e' Because of Her Paper Magazine Nude Photos," published on fake or news satirical website www.huzlers.com is a hoax and is spreading on the internet like wildfire.

The Fake Article or Hoax

President Obama Calls Kim Kardashian A “H*e” Because of Her Paper Magazine Nude Photos
President Obama and Kim Kardashian

WASHINGTON D.C - It seems as though Kim Kardashian has not even thought about settling down one bit. You would probably think—well, she is married and has a daughter, so maybe she’ll live a quiet life from now on and make everyone forget she got famous off a sextape? but unfortunately, my friend, you are wrong.

As Kim Kardashian’s nude photos for Paper Magazine surfaced the web, we come together as one to “worship the booty”. Although, us men like to see naked women, especially Kim Kardashian, we must admit the whole stunt is rather “trashy”.

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