Kim Kardashian Has NOT Released Robbery Kimojis, Despite Report

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Kim Kardashian Robbery Kimojis

By Andrew Shuster |

Kim Kardashian Robbery Kimojis

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Kim Kardashian has NOT released new Kimojis that mock her Paris robbery, despite a made-up webloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively correct this claim. We’re told it’s “false.”

According to RadarOnline, the reality star has returned to social media for the first time since being robbed at gunpoint in her Paris hotel, and has supposedly debuted controversial new emojis. The repeatedly discredited webloid goes on to claim Kardashian “is back with shocking messages to fans, including Kimojis that mock the traumatic incident.”

The site then posts images of a handful of emojis that are supposedly related to the robbery, including a “stolen” diamond ring, her hands tied up, her crying face over a “happy birthday” message and an icon stating, “Sorry I am such an a**hole!” But what the outlet fails to mention is that almost all of these Kimojis were released prior to this month’s shocking robbery. The hands-tied Kimoji was included in the Valentine’s Day update in February 2016, while the diamond ring was part of the original pack from December 2015. Meanwhile, the crying face birthday card Kimoji was released by the star’s team last week in honor of Kardashian’s 36th birthday, and has absolutely nothing to do with the hold-up.

Regardless of the webloid’s completely deceptive article, Gossip Cop still checked in with a rep for Kardashian, who exclusively assures us the story is “false.” Despite the site’s attempt to trick its readers, Kimojis mocking the reality star’s robbery simply don’t exist. And Kardashian has not returned to social media, either.

Unfortunately, this isn’t the first time Gossip Cop has had to call out RadarOnline for concocting a tall tale around Kardashian’s traumatic experience. We previously busted the site for wrongly claiming Kardashian was afraid a sex tape would be found on her phone that was stolen in Paris. There was no truth to that report, and the same goes for this latest one.


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