Kim Kardashian responds to backlash over her comments telling people to ‘get your f*ing a up and work’ in new interview

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Kardashian, 42, returned to the controversy over her comments earlier this year about a supposed lack of work ethic among Americans in an interview.

In the original interview, which also featured her sisters and mother, the billionaire complained that, ‘It seems like nobody wants to work these days,’ while sharing advice for women in business: ‘Get your f***ing a** up and work.’

The comments were widely lambasted, but Kim claimed to Martinez in an appearance on the Angie ​Martinez IRL Podcast that was posted Monday, that she was responding to a bevy of applicants hoping to work for her who weren’t willing to put in the hard work to succeed.

Kim Kardashian, 42, defended her comments telling women in business to ‘get your f***ing a** up and work’ in her interview for the Angie Martinez IRL Pocast, released Monday

Kim initially looked defensive after Martinez brought up the gaffe, saying, ‘I hear you’ and calling it ‘a weird one.’

‘The context in that was I had just been doing interviews for the last few weeks on people to work in my office.

Everyone had all of these… “You know, well, I only want these hours, I want Fridays off, I don’t want to do this, I don’t want to do this, so I’ll only do this,”‘ she claimed while recalling what applicants allegedly said to her.

According to Kim, the demands and requests were something she wasn’t used to before she became famous and ultra-wealthy.

Kim said she was only speaking about people who applied to work with her but had numerous hard-to-accommodate demands and requests

‘I come from a time when we just grinded and everyone that I’m super close with that has built our businesses together,’ she continued.

However, the reality star thought many of her critics misconstrued what she said and lumped her comments in with many people who had complained about labor shortages during the heart of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

‘I think people also took it like it was coming out of Covid,’ she theorized.

”A lot of people that really wanted to work didn’t have the opportunities to work, and might not have had the opportunities that I have had and so I saw that and I was really mindful of that,’ she concluded.

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