Kim Kardashian's Message To Her Critics: Let's See You Try It!

Kim Kardashian has a message for her critics – let's see you try it!

In the final installment of Billy Bush's exclusive interview with Kim, the reality star-turned-mogul talked about dealing with the haters, and the one thing that will make her block someone on social media.

"To be honest, I don't really pay too much attention to it," Kim told Billy, when he asked about those who take shots at Kim.

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"I get more fed up with questions like – I was travelling recently and I was doing a press day and people were like, 'How do you feel when people say what do you do?' And I'm like, I'm here working aren't I? Like, I'm here to promote something," Kim explained.

"I said, 'Hey why don't you do this – tell someone else that you think can do it. Tell them to do everything that I've done in my career and see if they end up where I'm at,'" she added. "Try it. Just try it. I dare you."

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One of the most visible components of Kim's empire – which includes a reality show, clothes, makeup, perfume and various endorsement deals – is her massive social media following, in which she boasts more than 65 million followers on Twitter and Instagram.

With so many followers, and so much exposure, Kim knows there are going to be negative comments. But does she read them?

"I do sometimes," she admitted to Billy.

"Do you block them?" Billy asked.

"I don't really spend the time to. I find it so weird that people follow you just to be negative," Kim said.

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But where does Kim draw the line?

"I will block someone if they say something negative about my daughter," she said.

Kim also talked about how long she things the family will keep doing "Keeping up with the Kardashians."

"The mothership show. How long will this go?" Billy asked her.

"Every time we're like, 'OK our contracts are up… we're not exciting, there's nothing to share,' and then there are things where we feel like there has got to be other people going through what we're going through and why don't we just continue doing it while we're having fun," she explained. "It's still fun."

-- Eric Anderson 

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