In perhaps the most predictable Baby KimYe news ever, a members-only pregnancy website developer wrote a pitch letter to Kim Kardashian offering her a quarter-million dollars to share everything that she experiences during pregnancy. Â Which makes it not totally inaccurate to say, “The KimYe baby might be for sale.” Â Which surprises absolutely no one.
David Dginguerian, an filmmaker who doesn’t even technically own the website called MyPregnancy.com because it doesn’t exist yet, wants to launch this gestation-friendly online community with Kim Kardashian as his poster girl.
Dginguerian suggests such a site could ‘generate $100,000 a month,’ with the money going to the ‘christian charity’ of Kim’s choice. Â [Ten bucks says she throws away the letter because he forgot to spell it 'Kristian.'] Â The cherry on top of this completely absurd and more-than-a-little fucked up idea is the $250,000 signing bonus Kim would receive for agreeing to publicly share every irritating moment that occurs during pregnancy. Â Which E! and Kris Jenner were planning on making her do anyway.
God help us if she agrees. Â Minute-by-minute details of designer diaper shopping and slutty maternity wear might just break the internet. Â And our souls.