Kim Kardashian Reads Jimmy Kimmel a Mean Tweet From Kanye West

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Kim Kardashian Reads Jimmy Kimmel a Mean Tweet From Kanye West

Though it typically features celebrities reading negative tweets about themselves, the late-night host switched it up for his 50th birthday and instead had celebrities read mean tweets about him.

Kimmel jokingly asked, "People tweeted mean things about me?", as if he'd never been on the Internet before.

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Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment is as legendary as his Halloween candy bit. Howard Stern said as he rolled his eyes.

In a reverse move, Kimmel's favorite stars read awful tweets about the late night host. Also amusing was when Chris Hemsworth mixed up the name of the Greek god "Hephaestus" with "hepatitis".

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Unlike other stars who read tweets from fans, Kim got to read a tweet from her husband, Kanye West.

Here you go, and yes, all-caps are definitely necessary: "JIMMY KIMMEL PUT YOURSELF IN MY SHOES..."

Kim later said, 'Fair point, Kanye.' This tweet was actually Kanye's response after the host spoofed the Grammy winner's interview with BBCRadio 1 by recreating it with kids.

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