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This is what Kim Kardashian said she did to stalk friends and fans

This is what Kim Kardashian said she did to stalk friends and fans
Kim Kardashian (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Kim Kardashian — who has almost 300 million followers on her main account — likes to keep tabs on her pals’ and fans’ accounts using asecondary account and has also used her friend’s finsta.

Talking to host Amanda Hirsch on the “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast, the mom of four confessed to following her fans from her finsta account.

“I used to follow you from my finsta and then I was like ‘I don’t go to my finsta that often and just want it on my regular feed.’ I had a finsta, that was like a real finsta and it was only following girls who would just post like really wild s— and I was like, ‘This is so lame, I don’t want to be in the finsta game.’

“But then I need a stalking finsta and so my friend Lala, she had a finsta, and I [didn’t] want to make one again, so I asked ‘what is your password,’ so I just used her finsta and I kicked her out of her finsta and now I just use hers, just to stalk people, like fan accounts, or fashiony things or just everyone you could possibly think of,” she said.

The reality star — who is currently dating “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidson, 28 — previously revealed she rakes in the money using the Meta-owned social media app.

The star claimed she can earn more cash promoting products to her followers than she ever did starring on her family’s now-defunct E! reality show, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”

Speaking to David Letterman on his Netflix show “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction,” she said: “We would not be who we are today without ‘KUWTK’ and that’s why we continue to share our lives. Even if, realistically, we can post something on social media and make more than we do [in] a whole season.”

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