Kim Kardashian shows off her bare butt for Paper Magazine's latest issue.
Appropriately titling the issue “Break The Internet”, Paper Magazine hired French photographer Jean-Paul Goude to shoot Kim Kardashian with one idea in mind, to sent the internet a blaze, which he’s about to do. The magazine states,
"We tapped legendary French photographer Jean-Paul Goude to recreate his iconic “Champagne Incident” shot and all we can say about the images inside, which we’ll be releasing on Thursday, is…holy fucking shit. This issue has got so much more in store so be sure to check back next week."
Touched up or not, these photos will certainly cause quite the stir on the internet. Now lets see what Kanye has to say about them.
Peep the sexy photos in the gallery above, and be sure to check back later in the week for some more pics.
Paper Magazine new cover alert! - such a honor to work with the legendary 📷 Jean-Paul Goude!!!! Shot… http://t.co/ukkXSEBNwe— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) November 12, 2014
[Update: More Photos Surface]
While Kim Kardashian's oiled-up rump failed to "Break The Internet," maybe some full frontal photos will do the trick? The full story's just been unveiled on Paper Mag's website, and with it comes two more photos that are even more revealing than the first two released.
[Update #2: Kim Kardashian Reportedly Unpaid For Paper Magazine Shoot]
While Kim K and her ass are attempting to break the internet, there's been plenty of speculation on two things: photoshop/touch-ups concerning the ultra-revealing images, and how much exactly Kimmy Cakes made off the photoshoot.
Well answers have arrived for both questions. Reports say that Kim Kardashian did the photoshoot for free, simply out of excitement to work with the famed French photographer. Apparently it was supposed to be just one photo, the cover shot, but the two hit it off extremely well and Kim started to get naked.
As for whether or not the ass-out photo has been retouched, Paper magazine's editorial director, Mickey "Mr. Mickey" Boardman told US Magazine, "Every cover of every magazine is airbrushed on some level. But what I will say, is that is her butt. It is not padded. It is not augmented. That is all really her. But, yes, there was retouching to clean things up and make things look amazing," he admitted. "That’s what retouching is. It’s not building an ass that isn’t there or taking 50 pounds off the waist."
He also spoke a bit about the photoshoot concept,
"There was some ass-related thing that was proposed but we weren’t sure what was going to happen," Boardman said. "We were really just planning on recreating the [famous] champagne shot…but she came in and was like, 'Let’s, you know, let’s just go there!' She and Jean-Paul just got into it with each other and got excited. She’s not shy about taking her clothes off, and the next thing [we knew], magic was happening."