Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Kim Kardashian Reads Jimmy Kimmel a Mean Tweet From Kanye West

Kim Kardashian Reads Jimmy Kimmel a Mean Tweet From Kanye West

"Jimmy Kimmel, put yourself in my shoes", Kardashian began, before finishing the explicit remark with a comedic straight face and a supportive, "Good point, Kanye". In the on-screen adaptation, Abrams calls upon a star-studded cast, grabbing notable names like Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Zach Galifianakis, Ty Burrell, Jon Hamm, Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, and Shaquille O'Neal. Abrams surprised him with a trailer for The Terrific Ten, a comic book that Kimmel created when he was a child. "Because we were created by a weird, sad kid who grew to later become a weird, fat man. F-k Kimmel", Damon joked. "They keep giggling and whispering behind my back", Kimmel told his audience prior to the show's festivities.

While Kimmel is used to having celebrities read the internet's harshest disses about themselves, this time stars, including Kim Kardashian West, Stephen Colbert and Jennifer Lawrence, repeated tweets about the birthday boy.

Though West's Twitter account is now deactivated, you can read reports about the 2013 Twitter feud between West and Kimmel. Now you're just a hairy potato.

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Kimmel and West had engaged in a Twitter fight after the late-night host mocked a rambling interview West gave to the BBC. And instead of reading the tweets about himself, a whole slew of celebrities did the honors for him.

Do you like Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment? Here's to looking at the next 50 years Jimmy.

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