Kim Kardashian NOT Using Placenta As Anti-Aging Cream, Despite Report
Kim Kardashian is NOT planning to “make anti-aging cream out of her placenta,” despite a report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct the claim. The expectant star’s own rep tell us the story is entirely false.
The allegation comes from the fabrication factory known as HollywoodLife, which had the gall on Thursday to claim it had an “exclusive” about Kardashian, despite repeatedly and routinely spreading misinformation about her. This time, the webloid has supposedly “learned” that the reality star is “taking a chapter out of her big sister Kourtney’s book and plans to use her son’s placenta for health reasons.”
A so-called “insider” is quoted as saying, “After Kim had North, she had her placenta dried up and put into vitamin form. This time around, her dermatologist is making a special anti-agin skin cream [sic] from the placenta.” The site then editorializes, calling the idea “gross,” and writing, “We don’t know if we would go that far for special aging cream, but Kim spares no expense for her beauty.” HollywoodLife even adds that Kardashian is “know [sic] for her extreme beauty measures, but this one takes the cake.”
No, what really takes the cake is HollywoodLife pretending to have a real, true, accurate, legitimate “exclusive” about Kardashian. Because NONE of those words actually apply to this story, and many others the site churns out. In fact, Gossip Cop corrected another erroneous HollywoodLies report about Kardashian earlier Thursday.
Kardashian’s rep exclusively tells Gossip Cop that HollywoodLife’s placenta report is 100 percent “not true.” The only thing “gross” here is the webloid’s continual facts-free reporting, its pathetic play for clickbait traffic, and its transparent attempt to game Google. Don’t fall for the lies.