Kim K Talking About Kanye West’s Bad Pic-Taking Skills Will Remind You Of Your BF

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Kanye West is good at a lot of things, but taking pictures isn't one of them, according to Kim Kardashian.

This shouldn't be that surprising, considering all it takes is a couple of swipes on Tinder to realize that guys have no idea how to take a good picture. Sorry, boyz.

Kardashian was at the Forbes Women's Summit yesterday, June 13, to discuss her new makeup line — KKW Beauty — and the rest of her media empire.

During her interview with Steve Forbes himself, the chairman and editor-in-chief and of Forbes Media, she said that just because she's an expert at social media doesn't mean it doesn't stress her out.

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She said, "It's such a struggle. It really is. If people think you just post and it's so easy, it's not. I like my Instagram to look a certain way," according to People.

She continued,

There's so much pressure to post, too. If I go to Japan and I just want to have a media-free vacation, and have a great birthday trip… It's the upkeep. Kanye and I woke up at 3 a.m. and we couldn't get back to sleep and I said, 'Let's go into Tokyo where there are all these bright lights, let's go take all these pictures and we'll post them on social media and it will look so cool.'

Apparently, Kanye straight-up "ruined" the shots, implying she's not going to end up using them. She said,

We tried to do it, and it was such a mess. He just was not the best photographer. I was like, 'You ruined what my social media was going to look like.' So we scrapped that shoot, but we got the good experience.

It's OK, Kanye. Not everyone can be experts at the 'Gram!!! And you took yourself off all social media anyway, so all is forgotten. Keep doin' Kanye's best.

Kardashian did reveal, however, that Kanye loves her video game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. She also told the interviewer that — just like everything else in her empire — she's involved in all of the little details. She said,

At first I wasn't really into it. My husband said, 'Oh, this is so cool you have to have a video game,' and then I got into it. Once I realized what the character was going to look like, it didn't really look like me. We sent it to a graphic artist and he redrew it for me, and once I got into the creative process I was hooked. I'll call them literally in the middle of the night and say 'the strap of the shoe is wrong on this character, you have to change her shoes I would never wear those shoes,' and they'll fix it.
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The more you know.