Megyn Kelly has been a vocal critic of many celebrities in recent years. She recently called the famous Kardashian family a “force for evil” because of their “unrivaled vanity.”
Taking to her podcast, “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the 51-year-old personality first stated that she does not object to women embracing or flaunting their bodies on social media, citing Paulina Porizkova as an example, saying she had “a really interesting post.”
However, it appears that the famous family does not sit well with her because of their “unrivaled vanity,” which includes a “self-promotional out-of-control focus on oneself.”
Kelly also blamed the Kardashians for how prevalent the system is in society for women.
“They didn’t do it by themselves, but more than any other, they’ve had a terrible effect in that lane, and I do blame them. I do!”
The podcaster had previously interviewed the family. She remembered their conversation in which she asked them whether they were a force for good or evil.
“And they gave me their answer, but the more I’ve watched them over the years, the more I think that net, it’s evil.”
Kelly stated that she does not believe the selfie culture is healthy and that she objects to it because of the “digusting vanity” spread throughout society.
Kelly asked the famous family on the “Today Show” in 2017 if they are a good influence on other women after citing an example of a kid looking at their pictures and depicting them as “superficial goats.”
At the time, Kim Kardashian defended “Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” saying the show had shown many positive things to its viewers.
The mother of four added that critics only want to focus on their superficiality and use of makeup.
“Momager” Kris Jenner chimed in, saying that the show’s detractors are only a “small percentage” because her daughters have hundreds of millions of social media followers.
After 20 seasons, “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” has ended. They currently have a Hulu series called “The Kardashians” that follows their daily lives, similar to their previous show.