t this point, the Kardashians have broken the Internet so much that it feels like we should maybe take it away from them. Just yesterday, Kim posted what, at first, seemed like your typical Snapchat selfie.
Until some followers noticed something…dusty in the background.
Could it be that this mother of two was looking high on more than just life and Snapchat filters? Is it possible a Kardashian, a person practically made of social media, could’ve honestly not realized their rails were in plain sight?
But this was not an accusation Mrs. West was ready to take lightly.
Which totally checks out. I mean the first thing I do when I get a pixie stick is pour it out on the table and leave it.
But Kim knew an America on the brink could not withstand this uncertainty. She knew we needed answers, and as always, she provided.
Kim posted a video explaining that what she assumed was a pixie stick mess in the background was actually the pattern on her hotel room’s marble table. Which makes perfect sense. I cannot tell you how many times I have tried to snort up the pattern on a marble table, thinking it was a pixie stick.
But it was already on to the next scandal, as she quickly moved to defend this dress she bought for North:
The Daily Mail had reported that Kim was trying to sexualize North by dressing her in an outfit normally reserved for burlesque dancers. But, as Kim’s tweet proved, it was not a painful corset. It’s simply a dress. A very, very expensive dress with a lot going on, but still just a dress.
Luckily Kim is already very used to clapping back at her haters.
In response to the backlash she faced for posting a nude selfie in early 2016, she tweeted this epic burn. A totally necessary response when you’re catching flack from everyone from Bette Midler to Chloe Moretz, but she didn’t stop there.