Reality star gunning for UN ambassadorial post?

Looks like taking selfies and being a reality TV star aren't the only titles Kim wants in life.

Kim Kardashian wants to be like Angelina Jolie, a UN ambassador

Kim Kardashian wants to be like Angelina Jolie in the sense that she too would love to be called a United Nations ambassador sometime in the future.

A close source to the star tells OK Magazine that the 34-year-old reality star has been interested in working for the United Nations ever since she visited her homeland of Armenia in April 2015.

''Kim wants to be the new Angelina Jolie and earn her charity stripes via the UN” the source disclosed.

However some fans doubt if the mother-of-one is really serious about her new interest. One fan wrote: ''Angelina used her money for a lot of her work and she has gone to visit places where even the UN stated they were not sure if they could keep her safe. Could and would Kim do any of this. Would Kim visit children and women in war ridden areas, with disease and filth? Would she sit on the ground in huts? Nope, No, no way, he&& naw''

Another wrote: ''She's a joke trying to stay relevant..she has no clue what this job entails ( not selfies). I suggest you first start by taking parenting classes and be a better mother to your child, change your self centered ways. Dress more like an adult & mother. Volunteer at some charitable organization then maybe we can take you more seriously!!!''


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