Kim Kardashian real butt, breast, and skin complexion in the photo to the left years ago. Before she brought and enhanced her butt and breast size to look like a naturally curvy and “voluptuous” Black woman. It’s nothing real about this “Cave whore female,” other than her mimicking and wishing she was a Black woman with a big butt, big breast and real brown skin. Like a lot of Caucasoid females wish they had naturally. Remember this is the same “Caucasoid” female who blew up by popularity, because of a “sex tape” with her then boyfriend Ray J i.e. Brandy the R&B singer (brother) and her last name being associated with her late father “Robert Kardashian” who was one of the attorney’s who represented OJ Simpson in the 90’s murder trial of his ex-wife Nicole Brown.
George Cuvier a so-called naturalist and a Savage who made a “plaster cast of her body,” (as you see in the photo above) then dissected her body by pickling her brain and genitals and placed them into jars which were placed on display at the Musée de l’Homme (Museum of Man) until 1974. The story of Sara Baartman resurfaced in 1981 when Stephen Jay Gould, a palaeontologist wrote about her story in his book The Mismeasure of Man where he criticised racial science.
Following the African National Congress (ANC)’s victory in the South African elections, President Nelson Mandela requested that the French government return the remains of Sara Baartman so that she could be laid to rest. The process took eight years, as the French had to draft a carefully worded bill that would not allow other countries to claim treasures taken by the French. Finally on the sixth of March 2002, Sara Baartman was brought back home to South Africa where she was buried. On 9 August 2002, Women’s Day, a public holiday in South Africa, Sara was buried at Hankey in the Eastern Cape Province.
* A plaque at Sarah Baartman’s burial site in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province was splashed with white paint.
http://www.sahistory.org.za/people/sara-saartjie-baartman (Feb 15, 2016)
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-32499070 (April 28, 2015)