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Did Kim Kardashian Really Steal Someone’s Instagram Picture?



Kim Kardashian is shutting down rumors that she stole a picture from an Instagram user and tried to pass it off as her own. On Sunday, Kim posted a picture of a Rolls Royce parked in the desert with two camels hanging out near the luxury vehicle.


Several of Kim’s user noticed that the image was identical to another snap posted by Instagram’s @mr_11111.

“For anyone saying I stole this pic … I was with @mr_11111 (who’s pic this is) at this desert, in this car with these camels. He sent me the pic and told me to post it and that’s why I wrote today’s vibes! That was my inspiration pic!” Kim fired back at critics.

The man whose image was used, @mr_11111, confirmed Kim’s story on Monday, writing on a repost of the same image:

“It was really a pleasure to meet you @kimkardashian and [I] would like to cherish that moment for ever.”

Well, we guess that settles that, haters.


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  1. Guest777

    November 24, 2014 at 10:42 AM

    But why is this “Married” woman in the desert in a luxury car with a man that is not her husband, and her husband is in China. This sounds all kinds of wrong. And Mr. 11111 had the nerve to say “he would cherish this moment forever”. Big side eye. Cherish what???? The car ride, her conversation, some head??? Wtf is he cherishing. I need answers Sway….

  2. mishyyyy

    January 4, 2015 at 12:44 AM

    He posted the picture 92 weeks before Kim stole it. Then everyone started commenting on Kim’s profile and tagging him, then all of a sudden, a few days later, the same picture is deleted and reposted on his profile giving credits to Kim for it. Suspicious?

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