New York Times best-selling author Ayelet Waldman lashed outon Twitter last week, calling Kardashian an “evil scumbag”after finding out her son spent $120 onin-app purchases like more playing time, virtual clothing, and other material goods after Waldman claimed, “Kardashian Hollywood bypassed our in-app purchase controls.” But Kardashian, who is set to make a whopping $85 million this year from the app alone, is defending her addictive video game. today.com You just have to make sure that your parental controls are all set, Kardashian told Matt Lauer on Monday’s “Today Show” regarding reports of outrageous spending on in-app purchases. You just have to make sure that your parental controls are all set, the reality star told Matt Lauer on Monday’s “Today Show.” I think you just have to be responsible, and dont have your credit card linked to where your kid can just spend if they want to, or ask permission.” It’s just a fun little game,” Kardashian added, “Kind of like when people get into Candy Crush so much. Like, is it good to be obsessed with Candy? Its just something fun to do. All games, I think, are just entertaining. But now, “Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” is even crushing King Digital Entertainment , the maker of the popular game “Candy Crush.” Deutsche Bank downgraded the media company Wednesday, in part because”Competition within casual gaming is intense, with Kim Kardashian: Hollywood and 2048 going after the same demographics.” Kardashiantold Lauer that the company behind the app, Glu Mobile, has been very pleased with their numbers. Within its first week of release, Bloomberg News reported Kardashian’s first iOS game wasalready on track to earn over $200 million .
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