Despite former husband and American rapper Kanye West’s internet attacks, Kim Kardashian continues to look at the brighter side of things, highlighting her romantic relationship with comedian Pete Davidson.
Kim, who mostly keeps her love life under the wraps, has recently been pouring her heart out to display her bond with Davidson.
In a recent episode of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Kim revealed that Davidson has a couple of tattoos dedicated to her, particularly “a few cute ones” that read ‘Kim’ and ‘My girl is a lawyer’.
The reality television star further revealed that the one that reads ‘Kim’ is not really a tattoo, but a branding.
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“So, like an iron thing went on to his body to brand ‘Kim’?” Ellen asked. “Yes,” Kim replied.
While a tattoo is the work of a needle, branding is a scar caused by an intentional burn.
The 41-year-old entrepreneur shared that although she has more “cute” pictures of the two of them, she did not post them in fear of coming off as “desperate”.
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“I guess it’s not official until you post… I have the cutest pictures of us and I want to be like, ‘Oh my God, we’re so cute.’ But then I’m like, ‘Don’t be so desperate. Don’t be posting so much, just give a glimpse’. I don’t know what the right thing to do is, like I haven’t dated since before Instagram existed. Yeah, I don’t know what the rules are,” she said.
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When DeGeneres told her she sees “a whole different side” of her, the ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ responded, “I think it’s just in life, like no matter what it is, I just think I encourage my friends and the people that I love just to be happy. And I went for it. I was like, ‘You know what, I’m in my 40s like f**k it, just go for it. Find your happiness.’ I went for it and I took my time. I found it and it feels so good. I want to hold on to that forever.”