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Kim Kardashian must have been taking lessons from her husband in how to provoke reactions from people on Twitter. On Monday Kim posted a nude selfie which had two very strategically placed black bars covering her modesty with the line “When you’re like I have nothing to wear LOL.”

The tweet has since been retweeted over 100,000 times and people, ranging from celebrities (Bette Midler and Chloë Grace Moretz to name a few) to norms, have attacked and applauded Mrs West. Some people were of the “Go girl!” camp while others thought it was demeaning and not what a mom should be posting.

Everyone seemed to have an opinion on the matter and since the whole twitterstorm erupted a few days ago, Kim has defended herself, attacked those who attacked her, posted another nude selfie, written a blog post, and joined Snapchat (although that appears to be unrelated).

It’s basically been a busy few days for her.

Here’s the selfie that started it all.

 

Here’s some people hating on Kim for posting it.

 

And here’s some celebs hating on Kim for posting it.

 

Kim responded at first pretty tamely.

 

But then, something must have snapped because later on she changed her tack, even responding to the celebrities directly.

 

But that wasn’t it, because it was almost like she got to the door, opened it, was just about to leave and then thought, you know what, f*ck you, and she fired off another nude.

 

Then later on possibly realising it was International Women’s Day (#HappyInternationalWomen’sDay) she wrote a blog post calling out the body-shamers and reposted her original selfie nude.

 

Since Kim hit back at them both Bette Midler and Chloë Grace Moretz have responded.

The end (hopefully).

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