Kim Kardashian’s Paper magazine shoot tried to break the internet with pages and pages of nudity from the reality star. The photos used in the publication’s December issue were later revealed to be Photoshopped, but that fact was quickly glossed over by the media as a whole. After her nude photo shoot was released, Kim was said to be commissioning a sculpture of her famous derriere as a gift for her husband Kanye West.

Kardashian’s magazine shoot featured the reality star appearing to twist the laws of nature in her ability to balance a champagne glass on her behind. For that she said that she used her muscles for the notorious shoot. Now, it has been revealed that the reality star did not consult her manager and mother Kris Jenner prior to shunning her clothing for the magazine.

Kim Kardashian is usually rumored to seek out her mother’s advice and opinions prior to going fully nude for magazines or anything racy, but apparently she did this one on her own. Jenner usually gets a ten percent commission on her daughters’ works, but as far as the advice is concerned, Kim went solo.

Of Kardashian’s Paper magazine shoot, she revealed, “She [Kris] does [manage me], but I’m pretty in control of my career. Everyone thinks she’s this mastermind and tells us what to do and where to go. She was actually in Paris with me and I had dinner with her right after the shoot, and I’m pretty private about the stuff that I do until it comes ouut. So I told her I did a shoot and I was like ‘Just wait until it comes out – you’ll see!'”

Kim Kardashian recently revealed that her Paper magazine photo shoot made her feel more confident and that she did it for herself. Kanye West was unavailable for comment, but Kardashian says that he is quite shy. She revealed, “He’s so sweet. He’s so shy. Swear to God! I am way more outspoken than he is. I think in public he always does what he wants to do and he always stands up for what he believes is right and he’s taught me that. He taught me like, ‘Just what do you believe?’ Forget what anyone else is really thinking. If you love it, that’s what’s important. Stand by your decision – and own it.”

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