Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Dissed By Barbara Walters; Iconic Journalist Catches Kimye In Their Hypocrisy [VIDEO]
By Zulekha Pitts | December 20, 2013 05:13 PM EST
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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were recently the victims of Barbara Walters' sick word play.
In the last installment of the "10 Most Fascinating People" ABC special, the iconic journalist highlighted how Kimye are very good at contradicting themselves.
Due to an interview she had in the past with West, Walters confessed to being astonished that the rapper decided to start a family with a renown reality star.
"In 2005 Kanye told me something which now seems surprising," said Walters, who followed up the statement with a clip of Yeezus telling her that he is "not into like dating celebrities."
Walters also provided a clip of Kim saying "married life is good" on day 47 of the 72 day marriage she had with basketball player Kris Humphries.
Furthermore, Walters implied that she couldn't understand why the Kardashian was love struck over the Chicago bred lyricist.
"Kanye West first fell in love with her beauty when she was Brandy Norwood’s personal assistant but when did she fall for him? Was it the time he insulted Taylor Swift? Or the moment he insulted George W Bush? Or the time he threw a punch at a paparazzo. Who knows? Love is a mystery," said Walters.
While she didn't deny West's talent, Walters suggested that Kim didn't have any. Additionally, the infamous journalist questioned how authentic the Kimye relationship is.
"Sadly some people have mocked them and sceptics say their relationship will never last because Kanye hates the press poking into his personal life and Kim doesn’t seem to have that problem. Kanye, as he has often pointed out has many talents. He’s a singer a thinker a clothes designer and a stylist. As for Kim’s talents, well she’s very good at being herself... If nothing they do seems entirely real, they seem really happy doing it," she said.
See the entire special here.
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