Kim Kardashian enjoys coffee at the Sultan of Brunei's Beverly Hills Hotel... as she continues to support venue despite George Clooney's fresh call for boycott over anti-gay laws

In 2014, the reality star and entrepreneur said that the boycott of the Beverly Hilton Hotel - due to the owner Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's anti-LGBT laws in Brunei - hurts the employees more.

And five years later, Kim Kardashian is still holding to her promise of not negatively affecting the employees.

The 38-year-old the businesswoman and star shared an Instagram post of her coffee while at the Beverly Hills Hotel - which featured a foam image of her Instagram snap she posted with her four kids from the day before. 

Morning joe: Kim Kardashian is still holding to her promise of not negatively affecting the employees. The 38-year-old the businesswoman and star shared an Instagram post of her coffee while at the Beverly Hills Hotel - which featured a foam image of her Instagram snap with her four kids from the day before

Morning joe: Kim Kardashian is still holding to her promise of not negatively affecting the employees. The 38-year-old the businesswoman and star shared an Instagram post of her coffee while at the Beverly Hills Hotel - which featured a foam image of her Instagram snap with her four kids from the day before

Kim posted a photo of her hot drink - which featured the picture of her with her kids North, six, Saint, three, Chicago, 19 months and Psalm, three months while on holiday in the Bahamas.

She captioned the Instagram story image: 'Morning coffee at the Beverly Hills Hotel.'

The visit to the Beverly Hills hotel comes five years after she took to her now defunct website to explain why she won't be boycotting the establishment.

The boycott began after celebrities learned of the homophobic policies in Brunei - made by the Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah - the owner of the hotel.

Her words: In 2014, the reality star and entrepreneur said that the boycott of the Beverly Hilton Hotel - due to the owner Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's anti-LGBT laws in Brunei - hurts the employees more

Her words: In 2014, the reality star and entrepreneur said that the boycott of the Beverly Hilton Hotel - due to the owner Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah's anti-LGBT laws in Brunei - hurts the employees more

In 2014, the billionaire Sultan announced and ordered the implementation of Sharia Law in Brunei - where homosexuals, adulterers, rapists and women who have had an abortion can be stoned to death, whipped and throw in jail; thieves and robbers can have limbs amputated. 

Celebrities likes Ellen DeGeneres, Jay Leno and more called for a boycott of the hotel.

The penalties were announced in stages, ever since the announcement for the new penal code occurred in 2013. 

On April 3rd, 2019, the Sharia Law went into effect - George Clooney wrote an op-ed for Deadline asking people to again boycott - and also 'shame the banks, the financiers and the institutions that do business with them and choose to look the other way' as he listed the nine hotels in the Dorchester Collection, owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is part of the Brunei government.

One month later, the Sultan clarified the law and said homosexuals that have sex and are convicted will not face the death penalty.

The image: Kim posted a photo of her hot drink - which featured the picture of her with her kids North, six, Saint, three, Chicago, 19 months and Psalm, three months while on holiday in the Bahamas

The image: Kim posted a photo of her hot drink - which featured the picture of her with her kids North, six, Saint, three, Chicago, 19 months and Psalm, three months while on holiday in the Bahamas

In her blog post, Kim said she 100% agrees that the 'actions and law enforcements of the Sultan are completely against everything' she believes in, she believes the boycott will 'negatively affect' the employees of the hotel and 'doesn't even make a dent in his fortunes,' via Variety.

She said in her blog post, 'We shouldn’t punish the amazing hard-working people who have been so good to us for years and that it is 'sad to see them suffering from this protest.'

Kim wrote that 'the unjust treatment and violation of rights of the LGBT community around the world is never justified and I will continue to proudly support the LGBT community in every way imaginable, adding that she believes 'though that instead of this boycott, there has to be another solution.'

She said that the boycott will only affect 'our dear friends who work there.' 

Kim had written: 'For every warm smile when they greet us and for all the dedication they put in to make our experiences more enjoyable, I hope we can return the same love and compassion to make sure they’re not forgotten during this protest,' via Us Weekly.

Prior to her statement, Kim had last minute decided to move her bridal shower to the Pennisula Hotel instead of the Peninsula Hotel because of the cruel laws in Brunei against homosexuals and women. 

Speaking out: On April 3rd, 2019, the Sharia Law went into effect - George Clooney wrote an op-ed for Deadline asking people to again boycott - and also 'shame the banks, the financiers and the institutions that do business with them and choose to look the other way' as he listed the nine hotels in the Dorchester Collection, owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is part of the Brunei government; pictured on May 15, 2019 in London at the Catch-22 premiere

Speaking out: On April 3rd, 2019, the Sharia Law went into effect - George Clooney wrote an op-ed for Deadline asking people to again boycott - and also 'shame the banks, the financiers and the institutions that do business with them and choose to look the other way' as he listed the nine hotels in the Dorchester Collection, owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is part of the Brunei government; pictured on May 15, 2019 in London at the Catch-22 premiere

Kim Kardashian enjoys a coffee at the Beverly Hills Hotel

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