Daily Wire host Candace Owens has never shied away from a confrontation, especially when it’s merited.
The 33-year-old host of “Candace Owens” makes waves all the time for verbalizing hard truths, but some of the biggest reactions come from her willingness to question the most notorious offenders of all: Hollywood celebrities.
On the second episode of Candace’s new show, the mom of two delved into the weird world of the Kardashians. The host specifically focused on momager Kris Jenner who allegedly watched several versions of her daughter Kim’s sex tape in 2007 and picked which one should be leaked to the press because it made Kim look the best.
Kim’s ex-boyfriend and sex tape participant, Ray-J, is the one who originally made the claims public. Candace called Kris’ viewing of her daughter’s sex tape “incestuous” by definition, and she labeled Kim as the “prostitute” and Kris as the “pimp.”
“There are really no words that can adequately describe how positively disgusted I am by the story,” Owens said on the Tuesday episode of her show, per The Daily Wire.
“A mother sat down and decided to sell her daughter’s body for fame and money, and she was successful,” Candace continued. “Not only is that disgusting, but then that her plan worked. Kim Kardashian is a billionaire today, and she is, by the way, still selling sex.”
The Daily Wire host made no apologies for her assessment of the situation. “I now hold the opinion that Kim Kardashian is a prostitute,” she said. “And I’m not going to edit this opinion: Kim Kardashian is a prostitute; her mother is a pimp — worse than a prostitute.”
Candace went on to describe how Kim had become like so many other Hollywood celebrities who were willing to do anything to achieve fame, even if it meant sacrificing their integrity for money.
“Kim Kardashian is a corpse; she’s a body without a soul,” the podcast host continued. “She is so emblematic of the society that we live in today, that if you are willing to degrade yourself, if you are willing to denigrate yourself, then our society, our American society will give you more.”
“It is not an exaggeration to say that Hollywood is Satanic, because what could possibly be more Satanic than that?” Candace said. “What could possibly represent a more incestuous, if you will, relationship than a mother viewing her daughter’s body having sex and selling it?”
It’s not the first time the “Blackout” author has questioned the Kardashians and their parenting decision. Candace sided with Kanye West in February when he objected to his and Kim’s eight-year-old daughter, North, being on TikTok.
“There is no 8 year old in the world that needs social media. Go color,” Candace shared to Twitter, weighing in on Kim allowing her daughter to be on the social media site. West and Kim were in the process of divorcing at the time.
“Kim is wrong on this one,” the podcast host wrote in a follow-up. “The psychological effects of social media on young girls is real and documented. It’s actually Kanye that is trying to protect his daughter in this regard and Kim is spinning this as ‘obsession’ and ‘control.’ There are other creative outlets for kids.”
West thanked Candace for supporting him, then she followed up by sharing his words and reiterating his last line, “I dream of a world where dads can still be heroes” along with a string of fire emojis.
The “Candace Owens” host has called out other Hollywood A-listers besides the Kardashians before for their behavior. In January, the host identified Demi Lovato as the “most annoying” celebrity because she’s constantly seeking attention and validation from the public.
“I would say, without question, the most annoying celebrity … is Demi Lovato” Owens said. “I’ve never seen someone who needs more attention in my life.”
“I don’t understand why people come to social media to overshare,” Owens remarked.
Continuing, she said, “I think the answer to it is because all they are looking for is someone in the comments to be like, ‘You’re so great, that’s amazing, you’re so amazing, oh my God, so brave for speaking out on your multiple personality disorder, me too, oh my God, you’re amazing’ … it’s like, actually the disorder that they’re suffering from is a need for attention on social media. And Demi very much has this disorder.”
“She just needs to have social media taken away from her,” Candace concluded.
Lovato had recently been making headlines for coming out as pansexual, shaving her head, and encouraging followers to “be a sl*t” and make porn.” Since then, she’s switched pronouns again and again and come out with a provocative new album featuring imagery that mocks Christianity.
Candace was also not shy about calling out renowned leftist Chrissy Teigen, who got into hot water with her own side when it was discovered that she had harassed a then-16-year-old conservative named Courtney Stodden and suggested that she kill herself. After a month of waiting, Teigen apologized, but Candace called her out for insincerity.
As The Daily Wire reported, Candace said Teigen wasn’t really sorry, she was just sorry she got caught being herself.
“The problem with #chrissyteigen’s diatribe is that she’s apologizing for who she was ‘a long time ago,’” Owens shared to Twitter. “Let’s be clear— Chrissy spent the last 6 years online harassing conservative women who DID NOTHING to her.”
“This wasn’t some off-colored period of her life,” Owens continued. “It’s who she is.”
“FYI— someone on Chrissy Teigen’s team is deleting negative comments under her Instagram account to create the illusion that the world is forgiving her,” Candace continued in a follow-up. “This is little more than a carefully crafted Hollywood PR stunt. She’s still a malignant sociopathic narcissist.”
Some fans question why Candace involves herself in the sordid world of Hollywood and why it matters what celebrities do. The truth is that the entertainment industry is an important cultural force and, ultimately, politics are downstream from culture. As vapid and ridiculous as celebrity lives can appear, Candace is right to call out wrongs when she sees them. They’re making an impact on society — whether we like it or not.