Khloé Kardashian Tells The Story Behind Her Most Popular Instagram Photos!

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A picture is worth a thousand words! Just ask Khloé Kardashian!

Recently, the KUWTK star wrote a blog entry on her website where she tells the story behind her most popular Instagram snaps!

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The tall diva wrote:

“Most of the time, my Instagram photos speak for themselves, but sometimes, there’s a little bit of mystery involved.”

For the photo (below), many thought KoKo was doing an ad for Coca-Cola!

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However, this was NOT a sponsored post!

“My hair stylist Justine Maran and makeup artist Joyce like to take glam photos after they’re done with my look. I get tired of doing a traditional close-up photo with a plain background so I thought it would be fun to do something different. I was changing and they literally came up into my closet to take pictures. They had a real camera and a real photoshoot light. I was drinking a Coke while I was changing and they were like, “This makes you look human and relatable!” They were being silly and we just thought it was funny. Everyone thought I got paid for this Instagram post, but I didn’t!”

In the pic (below), Miz Kardashian and BFF Malika Haqq put their money where their mouths are… LITERALLY!

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“I normally never go to strip clubs in LA, but I was at dinner with a bunch of people and they decided to go and so I tagged along. This picture was taken at a strip club called Ace of Diamonds. After I posted this picture, my friend texted me and gave me a strip club pro tip: You have to put a $100 bill in the front of the stack of dollar bills so it looks like a huge brick of Benjamins, LOL!”

While the following pic looks pretty normal, people were puzzled by the mysterious cone in the background!

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“The white cone isn’t anything that you use├óΓé¼ΓÇ¥it’s a marble tower from Kelly Wearstler, an interior designer. It’s a decorative fu*king thing that I bought. LOL!”

Khloé explains it all!

[Image via WENN.]

Nov 9, 2016 9:54pm PDT

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