Kim Kardashian Doesn't Have Any Time For Trolls of Cocaine: Keeping Up With Kardashians
Netizens definitely don’t need any reason to put up a false rumor about celebrities. And especially when it comes to The Kardashians, scandals and rumors are definitely not much of a surprise to anyone.
Few hours after the cocaine scandal, Kim Kardashian decided to finally post a credible explanation for two white lines on her Snapchat post via Twitter on Tuesday night.
The two suspicious lines on the marble table from Kim K's Snapchat video
The reality TV show, Keeping Up with Kardashians’ star, Kim Kardashian posted a selfie video on Snapchat showing off new shopping items sporting it with classic flower crown filter.
But what really caught the attention of the netizens was what appeared to be two carefully cut white lines in the background on the marble table behind her, which appeared to be in a perfect snorting position.
A fan spotted the two lines on Kim K's Snapchat video
The two white lines sent her followers into meltdown, with many suggesting the suspicious-looking line to be “cocaine”.
The 36-year-old star was real quick to shut down the accusations writing on Twitter: 'I do not play with rumors like this so I'm gonna shut it down real quick. That's sugar from our candy mess from Dylan's candy shop.'
I do not play with rumors like this so I'm gonna shut it down real quick. That's sugar from our candy mess from dylan's candy shop https://t.co/oICdPQVi8d
— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) July 11, 2017
But later on, Kim discovered that the markings were actually the part of the table the whole time.
Kim explained on her new videos saying
'Okay you guys, I just got back to my hotel room and look at this table, same position. It is still there!'
'So we did go to Dylan's Candy Shop' she later explained holding up a shopping bag from the store as proof, 'I did think that it was our pixie sticks.'
Kim Kardashian with her daughter North in Dylan's Candy Shop
'But after all that, this table in the background - is a marble table, you guys! Like, come on. I don't play like that. Like, come on. I have kids. It's just not my lifestyle. I don't think I've ever been like that.’
Kim K is not the only star to court controversy based on suspicious substances on social media. In February, Cheryl Maitland was also caught in a video snorting a line of white substance through a $50 bank note.