Kim Kardashian admits she is indeed a selfie addict

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SHARE Kim Kardashian admits she is indeed a selfie addict

Of course, we already knew Kim Kardashian was addicted to the current times’ obsession with selfies — after all, she’s coming out with a book that is all about theself-centered photos snapped with her cellphone.

However, in Adweek’s new mobile issue, the reality TV star confirmed what she calls her “ridiculous” addiction to the practice. But she makes no excuses and says she’s not going to cut back on taking selfies.

“For me, what’s so funny is I love taking pictures and posting them on social media just for memories. I’m kind of letting them know, yes, it is ridiculous, but it’s all fun.”

Kardashian also called those selfies an “emotional scrapbook that I love to look back on.” She also told Adweek that one of the reasons she thinks “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” is so popular — and that she has 27 million social media followers — is because her family is so open.

While admitting the public doesnot think we’re “normal, [but] we are a family like everyone else’s that goes through so many different things and we’re always there to support each other,” she said. “There’s always a family member that someone can relate to. … We still have a few more years left in us.”

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