After American reality television star Kim Kardashian crossed two million fans on Instagram, she rewarded her followers with a racy photograph of herself; the actress was wearing lingerie, thigh-high boots and a leather jacket.
"Thanks to all you 2million sexy beasts out there for following me on Instagram! So here's a little present of instagram," Kardashian tweeted. The American is rather fond of posting revealing photographs of herself on social networking Web sites; she posted some of herself in an orange bikini top and a tiny beige cover-up a few days back and has over 15 million followers on Twitter.
Meanwhile, her relationship with rapper Kanye West seems to be growing stronger. She is ready to impress West by reading up on topics that interest him.
"Kim's desperate to show Kanye she's not some kind of bimbo, so she's reading up on Nietzsche as Kanye says he's a huge inspiration of his. She's making sure she reads the papers and the news every day and has downloaded the CNN app on her phone to keep up to the minute," a source told The Sun.
"They are preparing to move in together, it's moving that quickly. If things continue at the speed they're going, Kim and Kanye will rent a new house together. They wouldn't buy yet. They just want to live together without being fully domestic until they're ready to have a family," a source told Life & Style magazine.
In related news, the star is caught up in some controversy after she reportedly said Indian food was disgusting. She did apologise later but did face a barrage of criticism.
"I think it's good Kim Kardashian doesn't like Indian food, because that means she won't ever visit India and that in itself is a blessing," tweeted @krishna_shah.
"In NO way was my comment intended as an insult to the Indian people or their culture. This is just my own personal taste. There are a lot of foods I don't like . . . I hate cilantro and peppers, and there are definitely some Armenian foods that I personally find disgusting, but that doesn't reflect my opinions on other Armenian people or my culture. My comment wasn't intended to offend anybody. We all have our own opinions and tastes and I was simply expressing mine," Kardashian apologised.