Insta Creep: Khloé Kardashian’s BFF Malika Is Being Called A ‘Hypocrite’ For Tearing Into Jordyn Woods…
What all the celebs are up to on social, from A to Z listers.
In our gossip column, we indulge our nosiest desires and delve deep into what the celebs (and ‘celebs’) are doing on social media. Who’s tweeting and deleting? Who’s shady faving? Let’s find out.
Khloé Kardashian’s best friend Malika Haqq has been called a ‘hypocrite’ for giving out about Jordyn Woods when she has dated married men in the past. Yike!
Malika has been commenting on just about every single Instagram post mentioning Jordyn, and appears to be pretty mad on Khloé’s behalf.
But people have started hitting back, pointing out that both footballer Adrian Wilson and the late rapper Chinx were married with kids when she was dating them.
Malika has spoken previously about how difficult was being called a “homewrecker”, admitting that it was a “complex situation” – but on her Instagram Story yesterday, she said she has never excused her own behaviour.
I said it before and I’ll say it again, I HAVE NEVER EXCUSED MY BEHAVIOUR EVER. I choose to believe what I want to believe. I was wrong for that. WRONG IS WRONG. I’m not excusing myself or anyone else. I made my bed so I had to lie in it.
God, this is a whole mess.
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian is more concerned about this ‘Momo Challenge’ hoax that’s sweeping Facebook.
You’ve probably heard about it by now – rumours that a creepy-looking woman is messaging kids on social media and encouraging them to hurt themselves or others – and you will probably also know that it’s nothing more than scaremongering. (‘Momo’ herself is a sculpture by a Japanese artist. A weird sculpture, but a sculpture nonetheless.)
Kim Kardashian is keeping it all going by sharing one such scaremongering Facebook post and tagging YouTube, begging them to sort it out:
YouTube have responded thanking her and saying they’re taking these reports “really seriously”. Their heads must be WRECKED with it at this stage.
Taylor Swift has acknowledged the fan theories surrounding her Instagram posts ATM, but she’s not confirming or denying anything.
Taylor has lately been posting pastel-hued, heavily filtered photos that are kind of at odds with the normal ~aesthetic~ of her feed, and fans think she’s using them to send clues that she’s dropping new music very soon. The singer is fond of dropping hints, so it wouldn’t be unlike her to do this, let’s just say.
This shot, posted before the Oscars, contains seven palm trees:
In this picture of Taylor leaving for an Oscars after party, she’s sitting on the sixth step from the bottom:
And in this photo from the next day, there are five gaps in the fence.
Seven, six, five… is this a countdown to something? New music perhaps?
I was about to go to sleep.
Then Taylor nation appears online, automatically that peaks my interest.
Then Taylor Swift posts a photo on Instagram, eyes pretty much pop out my socket.
THEN SWIFTIES PUT IT ALL TOGETHER THAT IT COULD BE A COUNTDOWN.
HOW DO I SLEEP? pic.twitter.com/JeD2eKmAiD
— ? C H E L S E Y ? (@redlipclassic22) February 25, 2019
Swifties immediately went into overdrive anticipating the next photo in the ‘countdown’, which ended up being a photo of Taylor’s cat with the caption: “She just read all the theories.”
She followed that up by posting her new Elle cover last night – so does that mean the countdown theory was false? Well, not if you count the fact that she edited the caption so it contains two hearts, rather than four.
? | Taylor supposedly has edited her recent Instagram caption from four hearts to two hearts, possibly to fit the countdown… ? ? pic.twitter.com/iD4mXrg16o
— Taylor Swift Updates (@TSUpdatesNY) February 28, 2019
I guess we’ll find out tomorrow if she’s up to anything, and if not… it was all a dream.
And now it’s time for… #SponConCorner
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For the Oscars, @tiffanyandco offered to go into their vault and let me wear their iconic, 141-year-old Tiffany diamond. The last person to wear this was Audrey Hepburn while promoting Breakfast at Tiffany’s ? It was an honor to wear it and made my unforgettable night even more special.
Lady Gaga wore a 141-year-old, $30m Tiffany diamond to the Oscars on Sunday, and appears to have been paid for the pleasure. Like, imagine! Does anyone have some priceless diamonds they want to pay us to wear? We’ll mind them, we promise.
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