Kim Kardashian Calls For More Conversation On Drug Sentencing

Hannah Bleau

It looks like Kim Kardashian has discovered her newfound calling.

It doesn’t involve greasy a$$ular areas or provocative selfies, so I’m all for it.

Kim K, sat down alongside Alice Johnson with NBC’s “Today” and called for more conversation on the topic of drug sentencing.

“This is like, ‘OK, we did this,'” Kim said. “Let’s open up this conversation.”

Johnson said that because of Kardashian West’s advocacy, “the Red Sea has opened” for possible leniency for nonviolent drug offenders, a campaign she said she intends to be part of.

“I plan on continuing to magnify this issue,” Johnson said. “I’m just an example, but I’m not the only one.

“There are so many others like me whose faces are not here, who are not sitting next to a war angel, who deserve clemency as much as I did and who deserve another chance in life,” she said. “And I can’t stop. I can’t stop.”

Here’s the full interview:

I’m not a fan of Kim K, but there’s no denying that she’s making a difference here. And honestly, like I’ve said before, this might be the LEAST offensive thing she’s ever done.