There is no love lost between Kim Kardashshian and Sharon Osbourne. The two spent that last week firing shots at each other and on Monday, the saga continued.
The drama between the reality star and talkshow host unfolded last week when Osbourne suggested during an interview with The Telegraph that the 36-year-old’s nude images are hardly considered feminism.
“Kim says she’s doing everything in the name of feminism, but that’s not feminism!” Osbourne said. “Those girls live off their bodies, half of LA has been through them, and everything they do from the sex tape to the plastic see-through dresses and the gym wear is about sex, not female progress.”
In response, Kim told E! News during the Harper’s BAZAAR event celebrating “ICONS By Carine Roitfeld” on Friday that she ever claimed to “post nude photos in the name of feminism.”
The mother of two explained she “never said that. So I think when people misquote you and then comment, it just sounds ridiculous. I post nude photos because I like how I look and I feel proud when I’ve lost all this baby weight and I post it because I feel like posting it and I feel powerful.”
It what appears to be the fight to have the last word, Sharon fired back yet again during the latest episode of CBS’s The Talk. “It’s so ridiculous how these things happen,” she said while discussing Kim’s clap back. “The Telegraph is a paper in England and at the end of the interview, as the lady was leaving, she said to me, have you heard that Kim Kardashian has come out as a feminist?”
She continued, “It’s no big deal, I commented, she asked my opinion and I gave it. It wasn’t rude. It was like, fine, she poses nude, she’s very sexual in her clothes, even her every day clothes, it’s showing her body, which shows that she’s a strong grounded woman and she’s not afraid of her body.”
Osbourne explained, “That’s her business, nobody else’s business but hers. That’s great, but people have been doing that since day one and people have been stripping and whatever from day one, so it doesn’t make you a feminist, it makes you someone who is a strong person who is confident with their body and wants to show it. That’s not a feminist.”
Will this be the last of the “ho” battle?