Kim Kardashian Censors Video Of Herself Saying She ‘Loves’ George Bush

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Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent

Kim Kardashian censored herself saying she loves George Bush because she didn’t want it to make headlines.

Kim Kardashian. (Photo: Splash News)

(Photo: Splash News)

The 35-year-old reality star was in the middle of an interview for her GQ cover story when she attended a meeting to review what content goes on the “Kim Kardashian West Official App.” During the meeting, Kardashian played a video of her playing “Fuck, Marry, Kill” with her sisters and some friends.

In the video, a woman named Malika says, “I’m marrying Barack [Obama], I’m fucking Bill [Clinton], and I’m killing George [Bush].” (RELATED: Kim Kardashian Posts Completely Nude Photo Online)

“But I love George,” Kardashian replies.

Kardashian pauses the video.

“Wait, can I say that?” she asks her employees. “I don’t know if I should edit that out.”

“I think you should edit that out,” one of them tells her. (RELATED: Hillary Clinton: Kim Kardashian Is ‘Inspirational’)

“With Kanye’s history with George…,” Kim says at the time. “I love George, though. I just think he’s cute. Like a cute little president. And the [Bush] kids sent us a baby gift. Let me think about it.”

The video was later published to her app with the line about Bush removed, GQ reported.

In 2005, four days after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, West was on live television when he said that the president didn’t care about black people. (RELATED: You Won’t Believe What Kim Kardashian Just Said About Taylor Swift During This Interview)


“George Bush doesn’t care about black people,” West said at the time.