Male fan spends $150K to look like her

UK man takes his love for Kim K way too far. He put down an equivalent of N27M just so that he look like her. A man did this, not a woman, it's really weird.

Jordan James Parke from Manchester,UK  reportedly spent $150,000 in an attempt to look like his role model – Kim Kardashian-West.

Ever since he discovered Kim on her TV show Keeping Up With the Kardashians , he has since then had 50 lip-filling operations, eyebrow tattoos, botox injections in his eyes, eyebrows and forehead, and even Kim’s favourite beauty treatment – the Vampire facial – all in the desperate hope to look like Kim Kardashian.

The 23year old also reportedly spends thousands of pounds on designer outfits like Prada, Louis Vuitton, Chanel to have a designer wardrobe like the reality TV Star.

Jordan James in an interview with The Sun said “I love everything about Kim. She’s the most gorgeous woman ever. Her skin is perfect, her hair, everything about her“. Shedding more light on his surgeries Jordan explained that he’s “addicted to lip-fillers. The bigger, the better. I’ve never felt better about myself. I laugh when people try to insult me by telling me I look plastic or fake. Do they think I’m going for the natural look? If I was, I’d ask for my money back“.

Finally he gives a shout out to his favourite person in the world saying “The amount of abuse Kim gets on Instagram is unreal but she carries on doing her thing and I really respect her for that. She is an amazing role model.”

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