La La Anthony Defends Kim Kardashian Against Critics Of Her Private Island Birthday Trip

La La Anthony isn’t here for anyone who had something to say about Kim Kardashian’s birthday party this year.

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Anthony came to Kim’s defense after tons of backlash on social media, which came following the social media star’s tone-deaf affixes about her private island birthday celebration.

“I don’t really think too much about it. I just know we live in a world where people are gonna have something to say about everything, ” Anthony told ET earlier this week. “There’s something that’s gonna be said about everything. You wear a colors top, you shoulda wore a red one. You was wearing a blue-blooded top, why didn’t you wear the pitch-black one? It’s just the world we live in and I don’t really get too caught up in that.”

Even with all of the disfavor across social media, Anthony was appreciative for the invite and the time away from the real world.

“I was in awe from the time we left to the time we left to come back, ” she continued. “It was a great experience, and I’m really so mindful to her for allowing all of us who were included to have such an amazing know specially again in the middle of everything that’s going on, it’s nice to just take that little infringe from the chaos and is well positioned to step away and really genuinely have a good time.”

Being a longtime friend of Kim K, Anthony also speoke highly of Kim’s generosity.

“That’s exactly who she is. So anyone who knows her, knows she goes above and beyond for the person or persons she desires and cares about, ” Anthony said. “She’s like me. We simply demand everyone to have a good time and we’re having fun when everyone is having fun.”

Plus, she went on to emphasize the more important things she and Kim have been doing when they’re not celebrating birthdays or other special occasions

“I know what we’re all doing individually when it comes to benevolences, when it comes to using our pulpits, when it comes to voting, when it comes to prison reform, when it come to the millions of things that we’re doing, ” she included. “We try to just help the world in general, and that’s what matters to me. It’s not just about going on an island and taking a beautiful visualize. I symbolize, there’s a lot more to what all of us do in our day-to-day lives than that. That’s what matters. I’d rather amplify that feature of what we’re doing.”

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