Kimoji Instagram NSFW Verified Account Gets 8,500 New Followers: Kardashian Fans Defend Her $40 Butt Chargers

Kimoji Instagram NSFW Verified Account Gets 9,000 New Followers: Kardashian Fans Defend Her $40 Butt Chargers

The Instagram account simply titled “Kimoji” could pass for any other Kim Kardashian fan account, except for the fact that the Kimoji Instagram account has a blue checkmark to the right of the “Kimoji” title on Instagram. According to People, that means the Kimoji Instagram account really belongs to Kim Kardashain, and already that Kimoji Instagram account is the location of plenty of Kardashian fans defending Kim from criticism. Once folks began figuring out that the Kimoji Instagram account was valid, the number of Instagram followers quickly grew to more than 9,000 Instagram followers — with that number increasing with every refresh of the NSFW Instagram page.

On one racy snap from the Kimoji Instagram account, which shows two female bodies wearing the Savage underwear, an Instagram comment from Perez Hilton’s Instagram account drew immediate backlash. Kardashian’s fans quickly came to her rescue after comments like the following were published on the Kimoji Instagram account.

theperezhilton: “So disappointing.”

itsprincessjosie: “Just like your career, @theperezhilton

patwiziaa: “@theperezhilton u serious dude?! Kim is Kim, she’ll do whatever she wants hahaha.”

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[Image by Matt Sayles/AP Images]

taleeshabarker: “@theperezhilton Seriously you have posted a comment on pretty much every single one of these posts. Let it go. It’s alright for you to constantly post pictures of your half naked body so get over it.”

alaxblanco: “@theperezhilton If Paris [Hilton] had done this you would be ecstatic.”

tammyjamesdane: “You people realize that Perez Hilton starts things on purpose to promote himself. He has had lawsuits from stealing photos and posting them on his site. All these mentionable of him is exactly what he wants because he does dirty business.”

Meanwhile, at least one person posted in the Kimoji Instagram account’s comments section that they agreed with Hilton, apparently noting that the Kimoji return to Instagram with butt shaking videos was a disappointment. But most of those leaving comments on the Kimoji Instagram account are Kardashian fans celebrating and defending Kim’s return to Instagram via the Kimoji account.

For his part, Perez posted a photo of Kris Jenner crying to his own Instagram account, detailing his feelings.

“This is how I feel right now.”

Meanwhile, the Kimoji Instagram account continues to gain Instagram followers as the link in the profile leads to Kardashian’s Kimoji merch, which features very interesting products. There is the Kimoji middle finger mood sweatshirt for $60, which displays a huge diamond ring on the finger next to one giving the middle finger with a long manicured nail. The “Kimoji Stripper Staff” crew sweatshirt is also $60, showing Kim upside down on a stripper pole. The T-shirt versions are $30 each. The Kimoji rainbow heart socks are $9, the same as the Kimoji pizza heart socks and Kimoji red and black heart socks, featuring broken Kimoji hearts.

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The Kimoji wrapping paper goes for $25, and contains a variety of Kimoji symbols. A variety of patches, like the Kimoji butt patch, the Kimoji pizza and Kimoji middle finger patches all go for $6 each. There are Kimoji nail stickers for $6, and the big Kimoji butt portable charger for $40 — the same price as the Kimoji “Savage” phone case. Lots of Kimoji products like Kimoji chokers for $35 can be found, along with the humorous Kimoji butt air freshener for $8. Kimoji earrings go for $25 and Kimoji hats for $35.

From Kimoji wrapping paper to Kimoji iPhone cases, there’s plenty to be found for folks who want to wrap their Christmas presents with renditions of Kim’ butt. Kim’s famous crying face can also be seen on a plethora of Kimoji products. Those desiring the Kimoji “Turbo THOT Bike Shorts,” however, will currently find them sold out in the Kimoji store.

[Featured Image by Matt Sayles/AP Images]

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