Kim Kardashian took center stage at Re/code's Code Mobile conference on Monday, where she opened up about her hugely successful video game, social media practices, obsession with Blackberry -- and even compared her family's E! show to legendary comedy, I Love Lucy.
During the 30-minute conversation, Re/code co-founder, Kara-Swisher, asked the 34-year-old star, "Why do people not take you seriously given success after success?"
"You know, I don't know,” Kim replied. “I think that is a question that sometimes I get frustrated with. I pride myself on my work ethic, and I work really hard."
"I think that sometimes when people hear that I might have gotten success off of a reality show, they take that as a negative,” Kim added. “We're filming our tenth season right now and we've had nine seasons of spin-offs, so our show, we have more episodes than I Love Lucy.”
When talking about her top-rated video game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, the reality star credited its popularity to the app's lifelike quality. And, while North West's mama is staying mum about how much she's made off the game – “It’s been very good to me,” she told Swisher – Bloomberg reported the game could rake in $200 million in 2014, with Kim earning a reported $85 million herself.
Kim also shared that she prefers using Instagram over Twitter, but sticks to a strict three image-in-a-row post limit. Most of her social media uploads do come from an iPhone – but, she admits to still being a Blackberry lover at heart, joking with Swisher that she would buy the company if she could.
"[My BlackBerry is] my heart and soul, I love it and I’ll never get rid of it."
She favors an older model of the smartphone though, adding, "They don’t even have them in stores anymore. I buy them on eBay. It’s a BlackBerry Bold. And I like to have three in my room that I line up in case they break!"
What do you think of Kim's comparison of her show and I Love Lucy?! Does she have a valid point? And, have you played her addicting video game yet? Let ET know in the comment section, or, send @Katie_Krause a tweet with the hashtag #ETnow!