DURING their time in the spotlight, the Kardashians have gone from having stereotypical high-pitched "valley-girl" voices to a deeper monotone, often bored, pitch.
A TikToker has revealed what Kim's tone and demeanor really mean in a viral interview clip.
TikTok user Villar Valerie analyzed Kim Kardashian's body language in a controversial clip.
In an interview with Variety, the reality star infamously criticized the work ethic of women in business.
"Get your f*cking ass up and work. It seems like nobody wants to work these days," Kim said in the viral video.
Kim continued: "You have to surround yourself with people that want to work. Have a good work environment where everyone loves what they do, because you have one life."
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"No toxic work environments, show up and do the work," she added.
According to body language expert Valerie, Kim's tone of voice sounds robotic, and her words appear to be scripted.
Valerie also noted that the media personality looked "dead behind the eyes" as she seemed to be trying to "remember the words."
"The level of annoyance in tone does not match gestures," the TikToker also pointed out.
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Valerie's followers shared their thoughts on the viral interview in the TikTok comments section.
"I think she's trying to recreate a Molly-Mae moment. Kim would never say something so blatantly controversial without it being planned to a tee," wrote one viewer.
Another user said: "I think part of it has to do with Botox because it limits your facial movement temporarily."
"People need to remember this is how the Kardashians stay 'relevant'—causing conversation. 95% of the things they do are calculated & planned!!" commented a third person.
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