Honestly, we all kind of want to look like Kardashians. They’re the beauty icons of our generation.
Well, yesterday, Twitter stumbled upon two sisters who ~~just so happened~~ to look just like Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner.
This isn't Kim or Kylie. This is scary lmaoo pic.twitter.com/e2hFKHGaRd
— Nashaly (@NashCash_) August 6, 2017
Like, it’s freaky af
Especially in the sister who looks like Kim
Naturally, everyone on Twitter flipped out
They look just like them. pic.twitter.com/cv7GpxBgtW
— Nebraska Jones (@MrsKimmieHaze) August 7, 2017
Apparently, the girls are lifestyle bloggers living in Dubai and Kuwait. People on Twitter are claiming they found pictures of the girls when they were younger.
This is them before pic.twitter.com/zDl2RPRmnT
— AMINA (@senoritaa99) August 7, 2017
Tbh, I can’t tell the difference between them and the real Kardashians.
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