Kim Kardashian Is Sad Nicki Minaj Made Fun Of Her, Should Maybe Stop Making It So Easy

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Over the weekend, Nicki Minaj, the musical guest for SNL, showed up on Weekend Update to do an impression of Kim Kardashian. Despite what the Internet is saying, I didn’t think it was that great. But whenever a musician shows up in a sketch, I’ve come to expect wooden teleprompter reading and at least a little bit of breaking, so I’d say it was a success. Not everyone agrees, though. One of those detractors might be Kim Kardashian herself. Surprise, surprise.

According to Hollywood Life (aka Grain of Salt City), Kim apparently admitted that Nicki’s impression of her was “funny,” but deep down it hurt her feelings:

“She actually is acting like she loved it. She thought it was funny but definitely mean-spirited and was upset but didn’t get mad at all in front of certain people.”

This kind of sort of sounds like the source is covering his or her ass if Kim praises the performance because IT’S ALL AN ACT, YOU GUYS. Anyway, carry on:

“She doesn’t want people to think it got to her but it did. She wants to send flowers over to show her support and look like the good guy but Kim thought it was a little mean for sure.”

So Nicki, if you get some flowers delivered to you, be aware that they were probably grown with the help of tears Kim cried over your mean impression of her, you meanie.

I have a rule that I believe everything I read about the Kardashians, mostly because I think every anonymous source is actually Kris Jenner using different silly voices on the phone. So I’m gonna go ahead and assume this is true. And I wouldn’t put it past Kim. It doesn’t take much for that cry face to come out.

But seriously, Kim, what do you expect when you pose for photos balancing a champagne glass on your ass and/or giving a creepy over-the-shoulder smirk as you bare said ass covered in oil and/or standing at attention with your boobies out, also oiled up? It’s the stuff SNL sketches were made of. Unfortunately so is everything else you do. Sorry about that.

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