Did The Real Kylie Jenner Actually Die In 2013?

Could Kylie Jenner have died in an accidental incident and inadvertently been replaced by a dubious doppelganger with unrealistic and enormous lips?

Well that is the latest illuminati inspired conspiracy theory spreading on social media recently. According to Twitter users, Kylie Jenner actually died in 2013 and was replaced by a clone that looks nothing like her.

The tongue-in-cheek idea was first posted by an eagle-eyed Twitter user who noticed that the 19-year-old reality star looks incredibly different to how she did back in 2013. Almost an entirely different person and defying genetics.

The social media user shared a snap of Kim Kardashian’s little sister five years ago, which shows her with long brunette wavy hair, minimal make-up, thin eyebrows and even thinner lips.

Next to this formerly innocent and un-siliconed Jenner sister, is a more recent 2016 photo of Kylie with pastel pink hair, plumped-up lips and heavily-contoured foundation.

No doubt, modelling her own brand of Kylie Cosmetics.

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The observant Twitter user jokingly captioned the photographs: “New conspiracy theory: Kylie Jenner died in 2013 and was replaced with a clone who looks nothing like her.”

Twitter contributors were quick to comment on the images.

“This is my favourite conspiracy theory ever, everything makes sense now,” wrote one, while another added: “Yeah, but she was only fourteen or fifteen in that photo. She’s nineteen now, so a lot can change. Plus lip filler.”

The post has racked up more than 15,000 likes since it was posted on May 14. The popular and successful teen, who was rumoured to have earned $18 Million in 2016, according to Forbes magazine, was apparently unaware that these conspiracy theories about her were circulating, as she filmed new scenes for her upcoming reality show, ‘Life of Kylie‘.

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It was revealed in April that the beauty entrepreneur was getting her own spin-off programme, away from the family’s ‘Keeping up with the Kardashians‘.

Speaking in a new trailer for the series, she said: “When you grow up on camera, everybody feels like they know you, but, they don’t.

“I started filming Keeping up with the Kardashians when I was nine-years-old. I don’t think any of us knew what we were getting ourselves into.”

Well we don’t know about you, but if indeed the “real” Kylie Jenner did unfortunately pass away and an evil clone replaced her in some kind of satanic ritual, at least she had the business savvy determination to make a go of things and create a brand for herself in Kylie’s name and image, right?

Speaking of which, does anyone know what actually happened to Kylie’s dad, Bruce? He’s gone missing.

Story by Michael Lee

Featured Photo Credit – ABC News

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