KARDASHIAN fans say Kris Jenner tricked them with a surprise “exciting announcement” video.
The momager left her followers open-mouthed with a deceiving new clip.
In an unexpected TikTok post, 66-year-old Kris Jenner shocked her followers with an announcement that she is running for president in 2024.
She shared a graphic design of herself looking suitably presidential in a cream blazer.
“Kris Jenner, 2024, Presidential Candidate”, read the text.
Even the colors, with red and white fonts and a blue background, made the whole thing seem perfectly legitimate.
Kris also selected presidential fanfare music for the background.
However the video then transitioned to a clip of Kris dancing and smiling.
“You just got Krissed #Krissed” read the text.
Although some commented to share their support of Kris’ hypothitcal run for the White House, others were less impressed with the deceiving video.
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“This is proof it’s gone too far,” commented one.
mais les créateurs d'émissions n'y ont pas non plus manifesté d'intérêt: “Did I just get krissed by Kris?"
Un troisième a écrit: “My jaw just dropped”.
If Kris’ presidential campaign was for real, she wouldn’t be the first member of her famous family to set their sights on The Oval Office.
Dans 2020, Kim Kardashian’s now ex-husband Kanye West announced he was making a presidential bid.
The rapper shocked fans during his first campaign rally as he broke down in tears and revealed he stopped Kim from having an abortion when she was pregnant with their first child, Nord.
toutefois, Kanye missed the deadline to file as an independent candidate in many US states.
Despite their success in reality TV land and in business, none of the Kardashian daughters have announced any political ambitions.
toutefois, Caitlyn Jenner made a failed bid for Governor of California dans le 2021 recall election.
Elle did not receive an endorsement from her most famous daughter.
Kim is not publicly aligned with either the Republican or the Democratic party, et dit qu'elle est “socially liberal and fiscally conservative.”