A bizarre new conspiracy theory claims that Kylie Jenner is dead and has been replaced by a clone that apparently looks nothing like her.
The theory, which was first put forward by @_wormboy (who was totally being serious and meant this with all sincerity) on Twitter when she noticed that Kylie now looks nothing like she did in 2013.
And while most people would put this down to the natural process of ageing it’s well known that the Kardashians don’t age due to the fact they’re more plastic than person these days.
New conspiracy theory: Kylie Jenner died in 2013 and was replaced with a clone who looks nothing like her pic.twitter.com/regKzqaTKO
— LK (@_w0rmboy) May 14, 2017
Quite how the original Kylie met her end we don’t know nor do we know why they replaced her with such a different looking clone. Maybe they didn’t have enough Kylie DNA left over and had to use some from frogs like in Jurassic Park?
Anyway despite there being no proof the theory’s right people do agree with @_wormboy…
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Of course not everyone agrees…
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Kylie’s not the only star who’s died and been replaced, apparently Avril Lavigne had the same thing happen to her.
Wonder which lab they came out of?
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