Kim Kardashian admitted that she was obsessed with the auction after showing photos of Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson objects that she had won at Julien’s. Kim certainly has a lot of money and he doesn’t mind spending it on unique gifts for his family. Sharing stories on Instagram with her 155 million followers, Kim expressed that she loved bidding on articles and even shared that she had won Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal” hat and that there were still traces of Michael’s makeup on it. She gave the hat to her daughter North West, who would be a big fan of Michael Jackson. Kim’s brother Rob is a fan of Elvis Presley and she was able to win an offer on several gold rings worn by Elvis to give to Rob.
According to Kim’s Instagram story, Kim placed a winning bid of $ 65,625 for Michael Jackson’s jacket and also picked up the hat. Kim shared a photo of the jacket in a story, then updated her fans with a photo of the hat.
Kim Kardashian said the following.
“North also got Micahel’s Smooth Criminal Hat. He always has his makeup on.”
You can see a report on Kim’s obsessive auction below.
Kim Kardashian admits she is “obsessed” with the auction https://t.co/W1esaiReiF via @DailyMailCeleb
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It’s unclear if Kim is an auction pro or if it’s a new hobby for her.
The reaction to the gifts for the six-year-old North was harsh. Many people have left comments suggesting that North is too young to be a true Michael Jackson fan and that the jacket belonged to a museum or to be picked up by someone who would care for and preserve it.
Kim shared that she had the jacket modified to suit North and many believe that at six years old, North is incapable of understanding the value of the jacket for Michael Jackson fans.
Kim and Kanye made the headlines when we learned that North was no longer allowed to wear makeup. Kim had let North wear makeup, including bold lipsticks, and many thought North was growing too fast. While his parents have made up, some say they still have the impression that North is growing up too quickly.
What do you think?