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Did Kim K really #BreakTheInternet? Space Says No

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In a Twitter battle of Space-sized proportions, Kim K unknowingly squared up with the Comet Landing on her quest to #BreakTheInternet. With both the Landing and Kim's Paper Magazine butt-cover release happening on the same day, the two events went head-to-head. In a surprising feat, the Comet Landing out social media'd Kim by 100,000+ tweets proving that Kim's butt-powers, as robust as they may be, have nothing on Space.