For a couple of days, until the internet got bored and moved on, Kim Kardashian West was mercilessly dragged on social media, after she shared photos of herself hugging her sisters, throwing peace signs next to friends, and downing champagne while celebrating her 40th birthday on a private island in Tahiti.
I reckon most people were distracted from their outrage by the world’s creepiest gift: a talking and dancing hologram of her dead dad, from Kanye West.
However, some folks are having trouble letting it go, including Marlon Brando’s son, Miko Brando.
Per The Daily Mail, Brando said that everyone should let it go.
Speaking exclusively to DailyMail.com from his home in Los Angeles, Miko, 59, Brando’s oldest living child, said: “Leave her alone”.
“Life goes on, I think we have a lot more problems to deal with in the world than who stayed where, for how long, and how much they spent.”
He owns part of the island and says that to his knowledge nobody “broke the rules”, insisting that Kim had every right to fly her family and 20 guests to Tetiaroa Island at an estimated cost of $1 million.
“I heard she got criticized. There’s a lot of critics out there. But as long as she took precautions – she quarantined everyone and everyone obeyed by the rules – I think you’re good to go. There’s nothing wrong with it.”
Miko said that the Kardashian had good things to say about the Marlon Brando Resort where she and her guests stayed.
“I heard they really enjoyed it, they thought it was beautiful, they thought it was amazing, they just thought it was breathtaking and what a great place to spend your 40th birthday.”
“They had a blast, good time, good memories, good pictures, I’m sure they’ll return. They’re happy, we’re happy.”
I’m overjoyed that everyone was happy.
Kim’s party was one of the first bookings at the resort since it was forced to shut its doors due to the pandemic.
He explained: “I’ve heard of a lot of other celebrities that have chartered yachts and stayed in the middle of the ocean for a few months to stay away from COVID.”
“So I don’t think she’s the only one that’s done anything extravagant like this, it just happened to be a famous actor’s island.”
“She chose to spend her 40th birthday in a special place that my father bought and she got what she wanted.”
So, there it is.
He defended her.
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