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Lala Anthony Is Tired Of People Referring To Kim Kardashian As A “Whore”

Submitted by on October 2, 2012 – 10:44 am2 Comments
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LaLa Anthony didn’t hesitate to defend her longtime friend Kim Kardashian during a recent appearance on New York City radio station Power 105.1.

The VH1 reality star dished advice to callers with The Breakfast Club about love, life, and relationships. But, things quickly went to the left when a caller named Dana asked Lala about hanging out with Kim Kardashian since she has a “bad rap” as a “whore.”

“This is going bad fast,” Lala snapped. “First of all, we joke around and have fun but I am really starting to get a little tired of people calling her that to me, because if I was calling your friend a whore, you wouldn’t like that would you? No matter what people’s perceptions are, I know my friend and I know her heart and who she is and she’s not a whore. We are all grown now! I can’t be responsible for what people think about other people, I go by how a person treats me and she’s always been an amazing person to me.”

Lala ended her rant by giving the caller a piece of advice. “As far as your situation is concerned, the same thing applies,” Lala continued. “We are all grown. If your friend has a bad rep, you can’t take responsibility for what your friend does, so you shouldn’t be grouped in that category because of what she does, you can only be responsible for your own actions.”

Listen to Lala on Power 105.1 below and fast-forward to the 13:36 mark to listen to Lala defend her girl Kim. Do you think Lala was right to standup for her bestie?

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