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Kim Kardashian's Chest Triumphed Over Butt For Selfie Book Cover

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Kim Kardashian just tweeted the book cover for her collection of selfies, Selfish, but in a surprising twist, the cover features her cleavage as opposed to her world-renowned backside—though it's probably because angles are hard and this book isn't called Belfie, thanks to all that is good in the world. She thanks the people at Rizzoli, Donda, and, of course, Kanye for inspiring her to take and pull together a decade's worth of selfies in a way that is "intimate" and "artistic." Take note "artistically"-minded people with coffee tables.

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