Politically Incorrect Thoughts About the Kimye Offspring

The Root's contributing editor Demetria L. Lucas writes at Clutch magazine that while it feels wrong to write anything other than "congratulations," she has a few other thoughts to share about Kim Kardashian's recently announced pregnancy.

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The Root's contributing editor Demetria L. Lucas writes at Clutch magazine that while it feels wrong to write anything other than "congratulations," she has a few other thoughts to share about Kardashian's recently announced pregnancy.

I do want you to know I really tried to write about double standards, like how Kim Kardashian is called "a whore" for dating a bunch of guys. And yet, Carlos Walker -- sorry, I'm not calling a grown man "Shawty Lo" -- can impregnate 10 women and somehow escape that label. It's a worthy point, but it wasn't what I really wanted to say. This is:

1. This relationship was a bad idea from the start

Recall the chatter of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians episode where Kanye threw out nearly all of Kim's clothes? No "good for you" dude wants you to re-haul your entire image to be with him. To make it worse, Kim dressed and looked better before Ye came around.

The more important reason though ... Kim was/is married.

2. What in the hell was Kim thinking?

Her marriage to Kris Humphries was likely a hoax/ratings ploy. Somehow, I don't think the ongoing divorce battle was part of the plan ...

Read Demetria L. Lucas' entire piece at Clutch magazine.

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