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Khloe Kardashian and Real Father Photos Tweeted By Sister Kylie



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Wouldn’t it be really funny if you’d grown up thinking someone was your Dad, found out he wasn’t then had your sister post mash-up photos of you and the guy who is probably your biological father on the Internet? Oh and then realized it was your mom that put your sister up to the prank?

No? Well then you’re not a Kardashian. Some people have no sense of humor!

That is exactly what happened to Khloe Kardashian this week. Kris Jenner was amused by the idea of getting Kylie Kardashia to Tweet the photo shown here of Khloe Kardashian with Alex Roldan. To show exactly what she meant by the Tweet, Kylie helpfully added the caption:

“First official photo of my sister and her dad! Like father like daughter!”

But don’t worry. Kylie then Tweeted it was all a joke.

“J/K LOL!” she added, because apparently Kris Jenner is planning on pretending that saying that Alex Roldan is Khloe’s dad (which it certainly appears he is) is just an in-joke between the Kardashians.

So, when the revelation of Khloe Kardashian’s paternity is revealed on her reality TV show, ad we find out her Dad is Alex, we will all be shocked by the double bluff, or bluff if by some miracle it’s someone else. Well, all the mental athletes hung up on every move of the Kardashians on TV will be surprised, anyway. Apparently.

But it’s a joke, because messing around with who you’re told is your father is really funny. If you’re a Kardashian.

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