Kim Kardashian West is reportedly being sued for $100 million for allegedly breaching her Kimoji app deal. According to TMZ, App developer David Liebensohn has claimed that he and his business partners created an app called CensorOut that caught Kim's attention. They eventually agreed to team up to create Kimojis. 

According to court docs, in 2014, Kim agreed to do business with Liebensohn and his partners and agreed on giving them 60%.  Liebensohn has claimed that Kim insisted she would file the trademark paperwork for the app to cover the cost.

Then in August 2014, around the time that Kim filed for the trademark, Kim informed him that one of his partners shared some of her personal information so she backed out of the deal.

Liebensohn has claimed that Kim already know that one of his partners shared some of her info before they struck a deal and used it as an excuse to cancel it.

Liebensohn is suing Kim for $100 million for breach of contract, fraud and for the profits he believes he lost by being left out of the Kimoji deal.


In other news, Kim Kardashian revealed that her husband Kanye West has very strong opinions about her makeup. According to People, during a Master Class with makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic, Kim said,  “[West] is actually really opinionated sometimes. He will come in and be like, ‘You know your blush is a little heavy.’ Or say, ‘What are you doing? That’s not the shape of your lip.’”

Mario revealed that he even tried to get him to move back to the West Coast so that he could do Kim's makeup full time.

Kim added, “He will call Mario without telling me! And Mario shows up without me knowing and he is like, ‘Oh Kanye called me and said it was a makeup emergency.’”

Source: Pulse of Radio