Kim Kardashian has returned to social media for the first time since her attack, and it looks like she's had a cull of who she's following...
Kim Kardashian has finally returned to social media following her terrifying robbery in Paris – but she did it very quietly.
The mum-of-two has so far remained silent on Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat since she was bound and gagged by five masked gunmen in her apartment, but yesterday, it was clear Kim had hit up Twitter for the first time in ten days.
So, what did she post?
Well, nothing, exactly… Rather, she simply seemed to log on to cut down the number of people she was following.
According to The Sun, the 35-year-old picked a number of people and deleted them so she could no longer see their tweets, meaning her number of ‘following’ went from 121 to 108.
It’s not clear who she actually culled, but we reckon there must have been a pretty good reason for Kim to decide to wipe them from her feed.
And as always, her fans – who have been flooding the star’s social feed with messages of support since her attack – were quick to spot her social media return.
‘Kim Kardashian unfollowed so many people. Hope they were the negative and stupid ones. She deserves only positive vibes’, one wrote.
‘Good news to know that she was feeling good to come online!! Miss you girl’, said another.
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According to PEOPLE, Kim’s decision to suspend her work commitments and halt her activities online could cost her more than $1 million per month.
Celebrity financial adviser Samuel Rad told the publication that he believes Kim’s ‘overall brand is generating at least $1 million a month through just general posts, not including anything that’s specifically being contracted with companies.’
We just hope she’s recovering at home with her family right now.