When we think of the Kardashian family, we seem to assume that these insanely famous reality celebs are always allowed into the best of clubs, and the top resorts and restaurants.
Generally when a company hosts events, they often invite someone from the Kardashian Klan to show up to make the event seem more appealing.
Honestly, whether you love them, hate them, or indifferent, you’ve got to admit that virtually every single member of the Kardashian family is pretty famous.
Now, there are some organizations who want nothing to do with Kris, Kim, Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall, Kylie or Bruce (who’s actually now Caitlyn). In fact, there are some people who think the Kardashians would actually bring down the credibility of their business. Some people don’t seem to care much about the Kardashians or their crazy fame. It is pretty rare nowadays, but it happens. Here’s 5 places that have blacklisted the Kardashians.
5. Coachella’s Neon Carnival
Even Kendall gets denied party access sometimes. Apparently, Kendall couldn’t get into the party because she was too young. A friend of Kendall’s, Justin Bieber came to her rescue (or attempted). However, security didn’t budge.
4. Kendall’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Shows
Kendall is definitely enjoying her success as a supermodel, but she credits some of her success to keeping her family away from her shows. Jenner stated that her fam makes her nervous, and she also doesn’t want anyone stealing the attention away from the models or the designer.
3. Anderson Cooper’s Talk Show
When Cooper appeared on Andy Cohen’s show, Watch What Happens Live, he was asked who he would ban from his show, if anyone. Anderson replied with “the Kardashians.”
2. The Burger Joint – Buenos Aires, Argentina
With “No Kardashians Allowed” printed clearly on a large sign at The Burger Joint in Buenos Aires, the eatery refuses entrance to any of the Kardashian clan.
1. Your Internet
WELL, only if you so choose. Now, multiple browser extensions have surfaced up specifically to block any and all Kardashian content. Of course, if you used it, you wouldn’t be able to read this article…