She might not look like she's doing it, but Kim Kardashian sent her haters a clear, if subtle, message via her new Snapchat account on Wednesday, March 9, courtesy of an expletive-filled Lily Allen track.
As the mom of two pouts at her camera and tousles her hair seductively, Allen's "F--k You" track plays in the background, and considering the reactions the 35-year-old reality star has received to her recent naked selfies, the message is loud and clear.
"F--k you, f--k you very, very much,” the lyrics sing out as Kardashian acts oblivious to the subliminal message she's sending. “Cause we hate what you do, and we hate your whole crew, so please don't stay in touch."
In case you somehow missed it, Kanye West's wife has been embroiled in a bitter online feud with stars such as Bette Midler, Chloë Grace Moretz and Pink, who all objected to her decision to share two naked pictures with fans via her social media accounts.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Kardashian defended her actions and asked people to stop harking back to her sex tape, which was filmed a whole 13 years ago.
On Wednesday, Midler revisited her social media scuffle with Kardashian to challenge her to use the attention their spat had garnered to raise money for charity. She offered to double whatever Kardashian donates. The TV star has yet to respond.
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