“There is no such thing as bad press” is definitely a mantra that the Kardashian-Jenner clan lives by. The latest Kardashian drama is that momager, Kris Jenner, reportedly stole the idea for the highly addictive Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game. Talk about shady.
According to reports, Kris and her agent contacted game developers, Kung Fu Factory, back in 2011 to plan the app, and received a very detailed plan as to the appearance of Kimmy K in the app, and how the game would work, which is apparently eerily similar to the popular game today.
Kung Fu Factory was then told that Kris and Kim didn’t want to go forward with the game. However, in 2014 the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app was launched with game developer Glu. The game that we now know today features everyone from the Kardashian Klan right to Karl Lagerfield (it’s obvious that the Kardashians love their K’s).
If Kung Fu Factory are successful in their lawsuit, Kris is set to pay a hefty $2 million to the gaming company.
Um Kris, I think you stole some video game ideas off us too...