Kylie Jenner Wants to Reduce Her Social Media Presence

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Reality TV star, and owner of Kylie Cosmetics, Kylie Jenner will not be sharing personal posts on her official app anymore, after a post was put up on her app without her approval.

“[It was] a very personal post that I would never ever approve. And it’s unfair to me and you to think that those were my words. I’m sorry and I know we will figure something out so we can all be satisfied. Love You” she shared on Twitter.

The post was taken down from her site immediately, but the Twitterati has been speculating that it was to do with her relationship with rapper Tyga.

Her app team also released a press release, apologising to her fans.

“This morning, a drafted article was inadvertently posted for a short period of time on Kylie’s app. This was a draft that was not in Kylie’s words, was not Kylie’s idea…

We’d like to sincerely apologize to Kylie for this mistake and the fans because it was never our intention to misrepresent Kylie and Kylie’s voice,” it said.

Kylie Jenner is known for her social media presence. She has the fastest growing Facebook page on the Internet, and when she launched her Lip Kit, the number of users on the site even caused it to crashed and disable Google analytics.

Jenner obviously felt that her privacy had been violated. And she isn’t the only one whose privacy has been infringed on. Cyber bulling has become a huge issue of late. Troll armies on Twitter feel free to attack and disparage people who just want to express themselves, and women are often blackmailed with pictures that have gone into the wrong hands.

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Cyber bulling on Twitter has become so hurtful, that many women are leaving the platform because of it.

Yesterday Egyptian Feminist Mona Eltahawy called out trolls on Twitter, and said that she would stay on the platform just to make sure women’s voices are heard.

Kudos to Eltahawy and all the other brave women who have the courage to stand up against cyber bullying!

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