Allah Take The Wheel: Kim Kardashian Heads To Kuwait And Bahrain To Help Bring Cakes Peace To The Middle East

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Dem cakes can bring peace anywhere!

Kim Kardashian Heads To The Middle East

Via TMZ reports:

Kim Kardashian is about to embark on a whirlwind trip to Kuwait and Bahrain … and TMZ has learned she’s hoping to educate herself on the Middle East crisis while she’s in town.

Sources close to Kim tell us … KK initially agreed to the trip to make appearances at some Millions of Milkshakes shops opening in the two countries.

But after her recent Twitter controversy — centered around the Israel-Palestinian conflict — Kim is telling friends she’s determined to use the trip to educate herself about the political situation in the region.

As one source puts it, “Kim wants to be as informed as possible … so she can use her celebrity to help those in need and raise awareness about important issues in the area.”

We’re told Kim — who will be under the constant protection of a private security squad — has already set up meetings in both countries with local leaders.

Kim Kardashian — putting the azz in ambassador.

Looks like President Obama can now fill the 2nd term vacancy Secretary of State Position with Kim Kardashian. Why doesn’t she go to Israel and the Gaza strip, and meet with Hamas and Netanyahu and put her celebrity to use.

Maybe if Kim offered Netanyhu and the leaders of Hammas a Milkshake summit in Kuwait she can solve the peace treaty with her celebrity. Peace in the Middle East!


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