20 Dirty Secrets About ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ You Didn’t Know [+Photos]
Dirty secrets about ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians’ – The Kardashian clan have been making headlines regularly since the debut of Keeping up with the Kardashians in 2007. The nation has literally watched Kylie and Kendall grow up on TV, and thanks to their “Momager” Kris, the girls are now pursuing the construction of their own empire.
The Kardashian-Jenner conglomerate has captured the attention of positive, negative, and brutal opinions of the family’s extracurricular activities. How did the Kardashian Family become famous in the first place? Was it because of Robert Kardashian Sr.’s status on the O.J. Simpson trial? Or maybe it was the leaking of Kim and Ray-J’s sex tape that started the Kardashian firestorm?
Because it is already in their genetic coding, Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney know how to turn a buck into a couple million of them. That’s the good old-fashioned Kardashian way; scandals and secrets keep their name in tabloid circulation and keeps the money rolling in. Nevertheless, the truth concerning some secrets have surfaced. For these secrets they did not want revealed, no price was high enough to shut some sources up.
20. Sweatshop Silence
It’s no secret these fashion forward divas have multiple clothing lines being made around the clock in different locations. One of the most common locations for clothing companies is Asia. Some foreign countries do not have the same standards in the working environment as the U.S. does so fashion moguls monopolize on these low standards to keep their millions. The Kardashians are known for manufacturing their brand in Asia and apparently in a sweatshop. The place in which their clothing was being made had only been paying their workers eight cents a garment; meanwhile these millionaires are making a mint!
Their secret was exposed by a human rights advocacy group in 2011 that revealed the truth about their business operations. They claimed they didn’t know but that’s a blatant lie. All business owners are on top of their manufacturers for when products will be shipped and their costs. They knew. They just kept hush-hush about it.