Just when you think youve learned all there is to know about Kim Kardashian-West, yet another revelation emerges.
This time around, an artefact has emerged from nineties era Kardashian history, in the unexpected form of a Tupac music video.
The 38-year-old reality TV phenomenon has revealed she appeared in a Tupac vid way back in 1994. Kim was just 14 years old at the time, with her social media empire still very much a lifetime away.
Speaking on a recent episode of Jonathan Chebans Foodgod podcast, Kim was asked to reveal something about herself that the host didnt already know.
Ever one to cause an internet-breaking stir, Kim nonchalantly replied:
When I was 14, I was in a Tupac video. It was like 1994.
Elaborating on whether or not this event was Google-able Kim said:
No. No one would ever know, So first of all, we lied and said we were like 18 probably. I definitely looked 18. I didnt even drive.
Kim[berly] Stewart was in some, I dont even know what, I think it was for a soundtrack. I have to call Kourtney [Kardashian] and find out.
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Kim told Cheban she didnt get to meet Tupac himself, and has reportedly never seen the resulting footage:
No, he wasnt there,Ive never seen the footage. We were walking down the runway, like we were models walking down a runway.
It wasnt like we were in bikinis by the pool or anything like that. We were literally walking down a runway, and it was Kim Stewart, Kourtney, me and maybe like one or two other of our friends.
I dont know how it happened. It was at a studio, like Milk Studios or something, and they set up a runway, and we were models in a fashion show,
And it was I think maybe for a soundtrack? Maybe it was like 94 or 95. I dont really know. I dont remember. I just remember we definitely didnt tell our parents. It was supposed to be for some music video.
I never saw it ever come out, and I was bracing myself to tell my dad that I did this Tupac video… So I remember bracing myself, like, How am I gonna say this to my dad? And then it never came out. I wouldve been in such trouble.
[…] Its out there, and I hope someone finds it.