Kris Jenner Proves Her Haters Wrong By Showing Off The Art Project She Made With North West
Oh, how I love Kris Jenner. Not only is she responsible for giving the world the gift that is Keeping Up with the Kardashians — which has been on the air for nearly a decade now, and is arguably one of the most successful reality shows in television history — but Jenner knows how to shut down any haters and clearly doesn't take herself too seriously. She's great at laughing things off, and it's a quality that I absolutely appreciate in A-list celebs. Like, remember the time Jenner wet herself while in the car with her daughter Khloé Kardashian? She then proceeded to turn the hilarious accident into a business opportunity by portraying Rosie the Riveter in Poise’s "Great Women in History" campaign. Jenner definitely knows how to laugh at herself, and she's usually laughing all the way to the bank.
The momager further proved this point when she shared photos of an art project she did with her granddaughter, North West. Jenner followed it up with a tweet sassing her critics who suggested that she doesn't have any talent. Apparently it was "Grandparents Day" at little Northy's school (a quick Google search led me to find out that the "official" Grandparents Day occurs in September). In honor of the occasion, Jenner tweeted a pic of the adorable craft she did with North. Even cuter than the elephant, Nori's handwritten signature appears to be scribbled in the bottom right corner.
Jenner then followed up the masterpiece with a tweet calling out critics of herself — and her family — who claim that members of the Kardashian clan lack any real teal talent.
I've always found the whole "lack of talent" criticism pretty absurd. Sure, Jenner might not be an award-winning actor and maybe she couldn't sell out a stadium like Beyoncé, but Jenner is clearly talented when it comes to reality television, endorsement deals, etc. And best of all, she knows how to laugh at herself, as evident from the tweet to her haters.