Kim Kardashian West launches first business venture since Paris robbery
Kim Kardashian West has launched her first business venture since she was robbed at gunpoint in Paris, France.
The ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star, returned to social media this week, following a 10-week hiatus, when she uploaded a raunchy twerking video to tease her new business venture Kimoji merchandise.
And on Friday (16.12.16) momager Kris Jenner confirmed her daughter had launched a Kimoji merchandise range, when she posted on Twitter: "New #kimoji merch launching at 8am pst!! At http://store.kimkardashianwest.com (sic)"
Included in the range is a selection of underwear piece with ‘savage’ written on the waistband, FML fur slides, T-shirts, socks, phone accessories, and air fresheners to name but a few of the items available, priced from $6 to $65.
The video of an underwear clad Kim, was uploaded to her verified Kimoji merchandise Instagram account on Wednesday (12.14.16) which marked the first time the star has been seen on social media since she was robbed by five armed men dressed in police uniforms, who bound and gagged her.
Kim has kept herself out of the limelight since the terrifying robbery on October 3 and was expected to make her return to the public eye on November 21 when she was scheduled to attend the annual Angel Gala in honor of her late father, Robert Kardashian Sr., who died in 2003.
However, the 36-year-old reality TV star was forced to cancel her appearance at the last minute when her husband Kanye West was rushed to hospital in Los Angeles with suspected "temporary psychosis".
The 39-year-old rapper – who has daughter North, three, and 12-month-old son Saint with Kim – has since been discharged from the medical center.
Meanwhile, the Parisian police are "nowhere near" finding out the identities of the five-men gang who robbed Kim Kardashian West at gunpoint two months ago.
The ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star has been refusing to leave the house unless she really has to since she was tied up, gagged and had jewelry worth $8.5 million snatched from her hotel room in Paris, France, and it seems she may have to wait a little longer before she can breathe a sigh of relief as officers think the investigation will take a "long" time.