Even MPs can't stand in the way of Kim Kardashian's controversial Bahrain trip
Bahraini MPs failed to push through a resolution to stop U.S. reality TV star Kim Kardashian from visiting the Gulf country, a newspaper reported on Wednesday.
Al Wasat News said a group of MPs, describing Kardashian as a woman with a “bad reputation,” were planning to submit a resolution for Monday’s parliamentary session to stop the 32-year-old American socialite from stepping a foot in the country.
The resolution, however, couldn’t make it through the parliamentary schedule.
Before Bahrain, Kardashian is due to arrive in Kuwait on Thursday to officially open her new "Millions of Milkshakes" franchise in Kuwait City, Al-Bawaba news website reported Monday.
On Dec. 1, Kardashian will open the same franchise in Bahrain.
Kardashian, recorded a video message on her official YouTube channel, expressing excitement over her Middle East travel.
“It’s my first trip to Kuwait, so I can’t wait to see your beautiful city and meet everyone at The Avenues for Millions of Milkshakes on November 29.”
Details of her visit were also tweeted by user @KardashiansKWT, saying: “Millions of Milkshakes welcomes fans to buy a ticket to the grand opening for 150 KD. The price includes group pictures with Kim, a Q&A session with her and you will get to watch her make her own ‘Kim’ milkshake.”
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