Kim Kardashian more concerned with makeup than tragedy

Getty ImagesShe's likely to be thinking about beauty products or reality television

Getty ImagesShe's likely to be thinking about beauty products or reality television

Though current events admittedly aren’t Kim Kardashian’s forte (see her trip to the Middle East last year), the reality TV star decided to Instagram about her beauty products at the same time that Oklahoma was being ravaged by a destructive tornado.

“Love that I can gradually build the perfect bronzed glow I want with #Kardashian Sun Kissed Tan Extenders,” she wrote.

According to RadarOnline, Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx had himself just posted a Red Cross link about the tragedy. “Pretty embarrassing screen shot Kim,” he shot back at her, “Pick your priority or pick your poison.”

He then posited what we all have been wondering, “Aren’t your 15 minutes up?”

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