The reality star's dismayed she's can't talk about something without people assuming it's for money

By Stephen M. Silverman
Updated December 31, 2009 05:00 PM
Doria Anselmo

She may star in a TV ad for Carl’s Jr. Premium Salads, but Kim Kardashian is dismayed the public thinks she’s getting some green to Tweet about the greens.

“I want to clear this up because there has been a lot of talk about this. Carl’s Jr did not pay me to tweet about their salads,” the pitchwoman, reality star and businesswoman, 28, wrote Thursday on her blog, under the heading, “I Want to Clear Something Up ”

She continues: “Yes, obviously I was paid to be in the commercial … we all have to work! But I was not paid to tweet or talk about the salads on my blog, Facebook account, MySpace account or any other online outlets.”

Addressing the problem she faces being in the spotlight, Kardashian also says, “Am I not allowed to talk about something I like without people assuming I must have been paid to do it?

“I want my fans to know what products, gadgets, foods, clothes and beauty products I like and I love sharing all that with my fans. You all know I’ve posted about certain clothes and products on my blog since I started blogging two years ago,” she concludes.