KHLOE’S NEW COMPLEX COVER WILL MAKE YOU JIZZ

Khloe Kardashian the bigger, wilder, more outspoken and adventurous sister of the Kardashian-Jenner clan hits the cover of Complex magazine with a steamy hot spread. In it she opens up about everything from Kylie Jenner's ‘thing’ with Tyga to her big bad tweeter-ing.

 

 Instantly captivated by the article accompanying these so-hot-could-turn-a-gay-boy-straight photos by Steven Gomillion I’m sharing a snippet of it below, do click source link further below for the full read!

 

“MOM, WHAT’S A KARDASHIAN?”

The first two women standing underneath the “Khloé Line Starts Here” sign at BookCon in the Javits Center on Manhattan’s West Side are in their mid-30s: one wears mom-washed Levi’s, the other’s dressed in a sharp black spandex outfit, straight from SoulCycle. They’re talking to a woman whose neighboring booth has been overrun by barricades, security guards, and screaming kids, all of which are here on account of an appearance by Khloé Kardashian, who’s promoting her new memoir/self-help book, Strong Looks Better Naked.

 

“The things we do for our kids,” says the Levi’s mom, anxiously twirling her VIP pass around her neck, although she doesn’t look too put out. The woman running the booth next to Khloé’s seems unfazed by the swarms around her as well. “My 7-year-old son was watching TV and someone mentioned, ‘Khloé Kardashian.’ He asked, ‘Mom, what’s a Kardashian?’ and I thought to myself, ‘How the hell do I describe to a 7-year-old who a Kardashian is?’”

 

Whether or not they can actually articulate who or what a Kardashian is, there are plenty of people here who are seemingly happy to simply be around one. Khloé’s book won’t be published until the fall, and there aren’t any physical copies to sign today, so everyone’s gonna go home with a pre-signed sticker instead. Once they’ve navigated the line (there are actually more than a half dozen “Khloé Line Starts Here” signs throughout the convention center), fans have less than 30 seconds to pose, hug, talk, and grab a sticker.