Kardashians Looking to Expand Miami Beach DASH Boutique
Oh, you thought Miami was done with the Kardashian plague ever since Kourtney and Khloe finished "taking" us? Not by a long shot. The klan's DASH boutique remains on Washington Avenue on South Beach, and apparently is doing so well the girls are looking to relocate it to a space twice the current size.
The current store is quite tiny. In fact, we doubt you could even fit the entire extended Kardashian family in the space. That's just too much ass, ego, and NBA players to fit in such a small store.
So, according to TMZ, Kim Kardashian, head general of the Kardashian empire (she, of course, only answers to the paramilitary organization's head dictator-for-life, Kris) is down in Miami this week scouting for a new location. In fact, she's looking for something twice the size of the current space at 815 Washington Avenue. By the way, if you're ever looking for the current space just try and spot the white people in fanny packs out front taking pictures. They're always there.
Apparently the DASH store is doing quite well for itself, and since the fake marriage business isn't quite as lucrative as it once was, Kim and Ko. are looking to squeeze every last dime out of the biz. Well, Kim, we hear there's a nice vacant lot in Midtown available. Come on, any family-owned business is better than a Walmart, right?
Kim picked a good time to visit. She's actually only the second most perplexing popular and hence annoying pop culture creature in town. Justin Bieber is also visiting.
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