Kim Kardashian Gets Mercilessly Booed On Stage

Netflix’s highly anticipated special, “The Greatest Roast of All Time: Tom Brady”, took a surprising twist Sunday night when Kim Kardashian received a harsh reception from the audience. As Kardashian walked onto the stage holding a glass of champagne, she was met with loud boos and jeers from the crowd at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

Kevin Hart introduced her, but the audience wasn’t pleased to see her. The reality star looked visibly uncomfortable, trying to maintain her composure as she began addressing fellow presenter Kevin Hart. The boos grew so loud that she had to pause, awkwardly acknowledging the crowd’s displeasure. “All right, all right, all right,” she said, signaling a sense of both frustration and disbelief. Jeff Ross offstage tried to calm the crowd, urging them to quiet down.

Kardashian pushed on with her monologue, which involved jabs at Tom Brady and rumors about their alleged dating history. She joked, “I know there were some rumors that we were [dating], and I’d never say if we did or not, I’d just release the tape.”

While she eventually received some cheers for her perseverance, she remained in the crosshairs as other presenters skewered her with jokes. Tony Hinchcliffe compared her to a famous “Anchorman” line before launching into jokes about her relationship history with Black men.


Brady himself also took aim, referencing her ex-husband Kanye West by joking, “I know Kim was terrified to be here tonight. Not because of this, but because her kids are at home with their dad.”

Despite the jabs, Kardashian took the roasts in stride and managed to fire back with some zingers of her own, comparing Brady’s post-NFL life to her former stepdad Caitlyn Jenner’s transition and jokingly advising Brady, “Good luck knowing the best is behind you.” While the audience’s initial boos could have rattled anyone, Kardashian ultimately weathered the storm with grace and humor.

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