Kim Kardashian is accusing her two-year-old daughter of hacking her Twitter again. Either there's a huge breach in the Kardashian social media stronghold, or this is part of a long cover-up. All the best celebrity social media moments come with a crazy Internet conspiracy, so here's this one.
Last night, Kim Kardashian tweeted twice. First there was a string of nonsense letters. Then there was a follow-up tweet explaining that North had taken Kim's phone and sent the first tweet.
A string of nonsense letters? Sounds like something a baby would tweet. But here's where it gets suspicious. Last month, Kardashian shared a throwback bikini photo on Instagram and similarly accused North of sharing it.
This was fishy. Why would a two-year-old post a hot bikini photo of her mom? And how is it possible that the Kardashians don't have any security on their social media when it's such an integral part of their empire? Are people supposed to believe that the person with the second highest amount of followers in the entire g-d world just leaves her phone lying around so a baby can press buttons? There's probably an entire corporation with its own office space running Kim's Insta. (And their coworker Secret Santa gifts are probably expensive AF).
It seems more likely that Kim decided it seemed weird to post an old bikini pic, so she blamed it on an innocent child. Then, to make the story more plausible, she started rolling out additional, more realistic instances of North interfering with her social media game. And she almost got away with it! If it weren't for those meddling bloggers!
(Or maybe a baby pushed some buttons on a phone. How can anyone know what is real?)