“Keeping Up With The Kardashians” Didn’t Get Cut Over Money Negotiations Says Source


As it was quickly reported that Keeping Up With The Kardashians will be ending in 2021, so did the reports of money being the center of the problem. Well, according to TMZ, the clan have grown bigger than their reality show and see doing bigger business elsewhere.

That is, social media has been reaping rewards for the Kim, Khloe, Courtney and the rest of the clan. Social media has seen the family grow their brands, and their is no shortage of making money. The sisters are said to make as much as $100,000 for tweeting in support of a specific product. According to TMZ’s sources:

social media has largely replaced what ‘Keeping Up’ once provided. And, that’s easy to see in the numbers — each of the Kardashian sisters has millions upon millions of followers, so their reach there far outweighs anyone still tuning in to E!.

Wonder how happy Kanye is. However, only time will tell how long the Kardashians stay away from television. Because, it would not be so wrong to say the family loves the spotlight and all the perks which comes with it. Must be nice though that even during COVID-19 to reject a job because you are set financially for life. Most people today are either looking for a job or on unemployment. Time are hard out there but the Kardashians know nothing about that cause they are swimming in money.