Kim Kardashian, a woman of many accolades, has added a surprising title to her extensive resume: GQ's "Man of the Year."
The American men's magazine has named Kardashian as the "Tycoon of the Year," a designation typically reserved for male achievers.
This groundbreaking selection has sparked mixed reactions online. While some applaud the move as a progressive step, others have raised questions about the implications for gender roles and representation.
Kardashian's success story is undeniably linked to her business acumen, particularly with her fashion enterprise, SKIMS. Valued at an impressive $4 billion, SKIMS recently expanded into menswear, collaborating with the NBA as its official underwear supplier.
In her interview with GQ, Kardashian emphasizes her father’s influence, the late lawyer and entrepreneur Robert Kardashian Sr., on her career trajectory.
Despite the accolade, the choice of Kardashian as "Man of the Year" has generated controversy. Critics have taken to social media to express their concerns, with some questioning the cultural and societal impact of such a decision.
Supporters, however, see Kardashian's selection as a testament to her entrepreneurial spirit, transcending traditional gender norms.
Regardless of the divided opinions, one thing is certain: Kim Kardashian continues to be a polarizing figure, skillfully navigating and reshaping the landscape of celebrity influence.