Here Kim Kardashian draws the border.
If you don't keep up, the Kardashian-Jenner clan likes to go out big or go home on vacation – especially when it comes to showering their loved ones with thoughtful and extravagant gifts ,
On Friday, December 27, the Keeping With the Kardashians star revealed that she and her husband Kanye West gifted their 6-year-old North West to Two items from the closet of the late Michael Jackson: a jeweled black velvet jacket and his "Smooth Criminal" hat. Both pieces were bought through Julien's auction house.
The late singer's jacket, which he wore to Elizabeth Taylor's 65th birthday and the 50th annual Cannes Film Festival, was sold for $ 65,625. The highest bid for his Smooth Criminal Fedora was $ 56,250.
A recent article by Refinery 29 on December 30, however, claimed that Kim and Kanye North gave much more. The publication wrote that the two reportedly also gave their daughter the shirt President John F. Kennedy wore when he was murdered in November 1963. (Refinery 29 has since revised the article to exclude this information.)
And as soon as Kim got wind of the allegations on social media, she was quick to turn them off.
Kim apparently noticed the allegations after a Twitter user pointed it out. "I'm shouting at someone who tweeted as a joke that Kim Kardashian North gave JFK's bloody shirt and wrote Refinery 29 about it as if it were true," the Twitter user wrote.
The KUWTK star and the mother of four children tweeted this tweet and wrote: "WOW, this is obviously a fake! @ Refinery29 I did not get JFK's shirt. This is a sick joke that someone calls a fake tweeted story I never posted. "
WOW this is obviously a fake! @ Refinery29 I didn't get JFK's shirt. This is a sick joke that someone tweeted as a false story that I never posted. https://t.co/fajEtOrlqU[19459002‹— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) December 31, 2019
Fans and supporters of the beauty mogul quickly pointed out that this was another example of irresponsible fact checking and the dissemination of incorrect information on social media.
The questionable image of the alleged jersey that the former US President wore when he was murdered in November 1963 was provided with a Photoshop to look as if Kim had it in her Instagram story and caption Read: "Along with Michael Jackson's jacket and hat, North also got the shirt that John F. Kennedy was wearing when he was murdered."
The publication had also written about the gift in the article that has been published since: "The image of the shirt that is posted in their stories is irritating – and raises questions about why someone would give something so violent to a child . "
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