Kim Kardashian denies using cocaine after fans spotted two white lines on a ledge behind her in a selfie she posted to Instagram. Kardashian claims what you see is candy. I don’t recognize that brand of candy, do you? She could be telling the truth. After all, people still have a hard time believing I am the Easter Bunny.
Kim Kardashian has slammed allegations that she uses cocaine.
Eagle-eyed fans noticed what appeared to be two lines of a white powdery substance in the background of one of her social media clips on Monday.
The KUWTK star was quick to shut down the accusations writing on Twitter: ‘I do not play with rumors like this so I’m gonna shut it down real quick. That’s sugar from our candy mess from dylan’s candy shop,’
The 36-year-old star felt the need to respond after some social media users called her out on what appeared to be lines of cocaine on a counter-top behind her.
Kim had been showing off new items from the Kardashian Kids collection on her Snapchat and Instagram stories.
One Twitter user wrote: ‘Ohhhhhh @KimKardashian caught out with cocaine .. durtayyyyy,’
Kim’s explanation didn’t convince some of her followers however, with one person replying: ‘You keep your sugar in cut lines? neat’
Another replied simply: ‘yea candy’.
‘You know, I think I have such a close family. I think, you know, at a young age. I think you know my sisters do enough drinking to kind of fill up the whole family….From a young age, my dad made it very clear that, “OK, you’re the responsible one and you have to watch your sister, and (he) taught me how to drive when I was 14 in case my sister or her friends were going to be drinking and I always had permission to drive.
‘You know, I had to call him from the destination and the final place. I always felt this sense of pride that he had in me that I was the responsible one so I always wanted to make him proud. And I hate the taste of alcohol.’
Yeah. But she loves the taste if candy. There is absolutely no proof those white lines are cocaine. I had to quit snorting coke myself. The bubbles hurt my nose.