Kim Kardashian breaks month-long social media hiatus—then deletes her posts

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Kim’s seeming return to the world of social media was short lived.

On Oct. 31, the queen of social media, Kim Kardashian, posted for the first time in a month. 

Though it seemed as if Kardashian was prepping for a return to form, she quickly deleted the Facebook posts moments later, tormenting fans on all platforms. Since the armed robbery incident that occurred in Paris on Oct. 3, the TV star has re-evaluated her social media posting habits, causing her to go dark online.

Her first post was a seemingly promotional one, captioned “Downtime #LumeeCollab,” revealing a relaxed Kardashian scrolling through her Lumee-encased smartphone. 

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Her second post linked to an article written on her website, featuring tips for a “5 minute Halloween,” advised by her assistant Steph Shep. The final post gave a sneak peek teaser to Kardashian Halloween home videos, only to be blocked by a paywall. Fans expressed longing for the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star on the posts, leaving positive comments and support for the low-profile Kim. 

Though the Facebook posts have been deleted, the post on her website prevails. Her other social media outlets like Snapchat, Twitter, and Instagram remained untouched. We’ll be waiting.

H/T Mashable

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