Kim Kardashian angry fans, Islamists and police in Bahrain

Kim Kardashian brings out fans, Islamists and police in Bahrain

U. S. TV celebrity Kim Kardashian presented screaming fans, angry Muslim hardliners and police throwing stun grenades on Saturday when she visited Bahrain to start on a milkshake franchise, witnesses said.

About 100 Sunni Salafists demonstrated with banners beyond your Walk Bahrain, an upmarket mall in the administrative centre Manama, after some MPs tried to block the visit over what they called her “bad reputation”, in accordance with an area newspaper.

A large number of fans, who had paid around 500 Bahraini dinars ($1, 360) a ticket, broke in to out of control screams because the 32-year-old celebrity launched the incredible number of Milkshakes franchise in the mall.

Witnesses said police isolated the demonstrators with stun grenades because the inauguration proceeded inside. There were no reports of casualties.

Kardashian stirred controversy even previously till she found its solution to Bahrain from Kuwait, where she opened yet another store the other day.

Hardline Sunni Muslim MPs presented a motion to parliament calling her “an actress having an excessively bad reputation”, in accordance with Bahrain’s English language Gulf Daily News.

The assembly didn’t vote on the motion, the newspaper said.

Many Kardashian fans tweeted their displeasure, saying the “MPs should focus their time on solving key political, economic and social issues”, the newspaper reported.