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Kim Kardashian has told the paps who take photos of her to leave her alone and that when the cameras are turned off she would like to be left alone. Umm, what? Yes, apparently this being famous thing has gone too far and she would like to be left alone and no photos taken of her except when she wants them to take photos of her which is probably 30 seconds after she said she didn't want them anymore. I say leave her alone. Paps take a week off. Don't photograph her and don't follow her. You know what would happen? She would be begging you to come back. She would walk down every street in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills until you took her photo. Do you remember when she agreed to some stupid charity thing where she would stay off Twitter until a certain amount of money was raised? After three days the amount had not been met but she had to go back on Twitter because she owed it to her fans. Best three days ever.
Shortly after Kim made her proclamation she posted selfies to Twitter and Instagram.
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