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November 30, 2011  | by: Martha Adjei

Kim Kardashian

Kim’s divorce to Kris Humphries is ruining her image… and her career. According to BET, the upcoming televised Christmas special featuring the Kardashian sisters will no longer take place because of Kim’s messy divorce only a couple of weeks ago.

The National Ledger says that that the special may not have happened anyway, due to the busy family’s various other commitments, but since the divorce and the entire backlash against Kim, mom-manager Kris Jenner said that Kim should keep a “low profile.” Sources say the family could not have predicted the severity of the media outlash as a result of Kim’s short marriage to Kris Humphries.

A source told the National Ledger “[The Kardashians] did not anticipate the damage [the divorce] would cause to the K-brand as a whole,” and shortly after alludes to the fact that Kris Jenner is “only about getting paid.”

Needless to say, it’s sad that celebrities have the misfortune of their private life affecting their image and brands.  Whether you’re for or against the Kardashians, the public and the media shouldn’t have such a huge impact on the daily lives of people in the spotlight. Everyone makes mistakes, and who are we to point the finger when they do? Hopefully, this whole situation will calm down, and Kim’s life can go back to normal as much as possible.

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