If Kim Kardashian's tweets from early this morning have taught us anything, it's that she wants to be naked in peace.
Kardashian was catching up on all of the backlash she received from posting a nude photo early yesterday morning when she realized that she couldn't stay silent on the matter for much longer. (It's also 83% certain that Kanye had something to do with this, but that has yet to be confirmed.) The Kimoji Queen took note of what Bette Midler, Piers Morgan and Chloe Grace Moretz—among others—had said about her latest shenanigans and promptly took to Twitter to express herself. Here's what happened.
Kardashian came through to remind us all that she's rich beyond your wildest dreams. She also wanted to make it known that she sees everything—the memes, the trolling, the verified mentions—because she's on some Illuminati sh-t.
She then came for misogynistic and annoying male Piers Morgan, who had previously offered to buy Kardashian some clothes. Morgan later wrote a column verbosely titled "You've still got a great body, Kim but if you’re really so successful, so secure and so rich why do you still feel the need to pose nude at 35?"
Morgan is now excessively tweeting about his column in an effort to meet those page view goals for the month.
Next up? Bette Midler, Mayor of Shadeland, who had attempted earlier in the day to make light of Kardashian's photo. Kardashian wasn't having it and she read Middler like you read Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli in middle school.
The final blow Kardashian delivered was to 19-year-old Chloe Grace Moretz, who tried to say something enlightened about Kardashian and role models, but was later criticized for slut-shaming her. Kardashian revealed that she only knew who Moretz was because of her Nylon cover. In other news, Moretz has a Nylon cover.
It's important to note that Kardashian also tweeted two Kimojis throughout all of this—one of a Sweetheart that says "send nudes" and another of her sipping tea. At the very end, she posted another nude with the caption "#liberated." If you're not tired of looking at her naked body, yet, you can view it here.
In sum, Kardashian cannot, will not be stopped and we don't want her to be, anyway. The Klap Back is real as hell, y'all.
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