With some cheddar bay biscuits, Kim Kardashian celebrated passing the “baby bar.”
While sitting in her car in front of a Red Lobster restaurant in December 2021, the reality star discovered that she had passed the First-Year Law Students’ Examination.
Kardashian and her daughter North, as well as KKW Beauty chief marketing officer Tracy Romulus and her children, Remi and Ryan, walked out of the chain restaurant to look up the results of Kardashian’s test in the most recent episode of Hulu’s “The Kardashians.”
“I go in the car because I don’t want everyone staring at me if I’m furious,” Kardashian, who has previously failed the exam three times, added.
“You can only take the baby bar a certain number of times.” This was the final time I could take it, so if I don’t [pass], my legal education will be ended.”
Kardashian cried, “I passed!” after a dramatic period of waiting for the screen to load.
“Does this seem real?” Kardashian, 41, let out a shout before sobbing. “I’m overjoyed. I honestly didn’t believe I did.”
She then revealed her whereabouts while FaceTiming with her lecturer Chuck Shonholtz.
“I’ve arrived at Red Lobster!” We went to Red Lobster after North won her first basketball game, and I’m in the car.”
Kardashian returned to the restaurant with North, 8, when the commotion went down, urging her to “call dad [Kanye West] right now.”
“Here,” Kardashian said, handing the phone to North to call the 44-year-old rapper.
Kardashian first announced her passing of the test on Instagram, which is needed for students in California who study law through an apprenticeship, as Kardashian did.
She captioned a series of images of herself at the time with, “OMFGGGG I PASSED THE BABY BAR EXAM!!!!”
“For anyone who is unfamiliar with my law school experience, know that this was not easy or handed to me,” she continued. “I failed this exam three times in two years, but each time I got back up and studied harder and tried again till I passed!!! (I did have COVID on my third attempt with a 104 fever, but I’m not making excuses)”
Kardashian said that this was the first of two bar tests she’d have to pass before she could practise law. She also revealed that a number of respected lawyers advised her against using the “baby bar” approach.
“The bottom line is that you can accomplish it even if you are hanging on by a thread!!!!! Set your mind to it and finish it because it feels sooo amazing once you’ve crossed the finish line!”
The reality star, whose late father, Robert Kardashian, was a prominent lawyer in the 1990s, noted for his role in O.J. Simpson’s 1995 trial, stated in an April 2022 interview that her desire was to open her own business.
The founder of Skims has been lobbying for prison reform over the past few years, and has played a key part in the release of numerous inmates, including Julius Jones.