Kim Kardashian recently found some criticism of her on her profile at the Internet Movie Database. The database, better known as IMDB.com, was recently edited by an unknown writer who replaced her Hollywood credentials with scathing criticism.
"Kim Kardashian is emblematic of the shallowness of American culture in the first two decades of the new millennium," begins her bio.
"While some cultural critics call her the prime avatar of the 'famous for being famous' faux celebrity crowd, she along with Paris Hilton is a new breed of cat whose celebrity comes from the release of a sex tape and the canny exploitation of the resulting publicity," it continued.
The bio is credited to frequent IMDB contributor Jon C. Hopwood, who has reportedly penned over 600 bios on the site. Thus far there is no word if Hopwood did, in fact, pen the harsh words.
"For Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian, the release (accidental or not-so-accidental) of boudoir tapes didn't result in shame but celebration. America, like ancient Rome, seems to have shuffled off the moral coil of virtue of the Republic and is now enjoying its Imperial self in an orgy of ignominy," the bio adds.
by RTT Staff Writer
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