Kim Kardashian’s Visit To Bahrain Brings Tear Gas To Protestors

Kim Kardashian’s Visit To Bahrain Brings Tear Gas To Protestors
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As you may recall, Kim K had a big pro-Israel Tweet, Kim then planned a trip to Bahrain.

A faction of Sunni Muslim MPs had taken their issues with Kardashian’s visit up with Parliament before her arrival (“she’s an actress with an extremely bad reputation”), and when Kim touched down, all hell broke loose—she was met with screaming fans, angry protestors and cops throwing stun grenades and possibly tear gas, although there are conflicting reports.

Some people are reporting that none of that really went down at all, the Washington Post reported that Kim was met by probably only 50 angry protesters.

Actually the crowd made up of thousands of people were mostly fans and some even paid to see Kardashian. So as of now no one is really sure what Kim’s milkshake brings to the yard.

Andrew Alvez | Elite. 

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