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Adrienne Bailon Breaks Her Silence, Throws Subtle Shade At Kim Kardashian



Adrienne Bailon is breaking her silence and firing back at the Kardashian clan.

On Wednesday, Kim and Khloe Kardashian publicly slammed Bailon over an interview she did with Latina magazine regarding her ex-boyfriend, Robert Kardashian. Now, Bailon is finally speaking out.

In a message posted on Thursday via Instagram, The Real host addresses the Kardashian family and at one point appears to throw a little shade at Kim.

“Fame and a Career are two different things. I’ve always had a career. I have been working hard since I was 15-years-old. Being someone’s “girlfriend” was never what I wanted to be famous for. What makes you “famous” isn’t always what you want to be “labeled” as, or known for. If anyone should understand that … It should be you.

She continued, “I also stated in the article that none of this would have stopped me from being in love and being in that relationship. I just would have gone about it differently. You can love someone just as much in private. We all learn from our first loves.”

During Bailon’s sit down with Latina, she opened up her past relationship with Robert. Bailon was extremely honest about how appearing on Keeping Up With the Kardashians was “hurtful” to her career. She also shared her thoughts on Rob’s infidelity. “It’s common knowledge that he cheated on me,” she said. “It always bothered me that people were like, ‘Pero, why couldn’t you forgive him? Why are women always the ones who have to forgive? If you cheated on a man, he would be like, ‘You’re disgusting, and I want nothing to do with you.’ But women, we’re supposed to be like, ‘He messed up. He made a mistake.’”

Robert’s sisters had an issue with Bailon’s thoughts and blasted the singer on Twitter:

“Funny how she says being with a Kardashian hurt her career yet the only reason she has this article is bc she is talking about a Kardashian. So sad when people try to kick my brother when he is down #FamilyForever.”

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  1. Justin Clark

    July 31, 2014 at 5:43 PM

    Subtle* Shade… Come on.

  2. a former Adrienne fan

    August 1, 2014 at 9:54 AM

    this is to you Adrienne, A successful career in the music/talk show industry requires fame. if any one should know that it should be you. you are still milking a relationship that ended five years ago to get famous. You said you both decided to keep the breakup private, why are you going against your word. Enough is enough


      August 1, 2014 at 4:37 PM

      Kim, is that you? I know it is you… you cannot even differentiate fame and career…. haha.. her point is: she has a job whereas you don’t have a job… you are a product of a sex tape that your mom made a career pimping it… go to school please.

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Review: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Is Bigger & Better Than The First



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