Chloe Grace Moretz Says She Never Got The Perfume Kim Kardashian Sent Her

July 31, 2018 / Posted by:

One of Kim Kardashian’s pettier attention-yanking stunts happened back in February when she sent both her friends and enemies her KKW perfume for Valentine’s Day. Kim made a list on some Post-its and Instagrammed who was getting what. On the haters list was Chloe Grace Moretz, which is totally normal, because what 37-year-old woman hasn’t found herself in a public feud with a 21-year-old they’ve never met? Kim’s childish revenge plot clearly didn’t work as well as she thought, because Chloe recently admitted that it didn’t even make it to her house.

This all started back in 2016 after Kim Instagrammed¬†a picture of her naked body. Chloe came for Kim on Twitter, encouraging her to do more than just getting naked. Kim responded by calling Chloe a nobody. Chloe spoke to Elle magazine and claimed she wasn’t trying to slut shame Kim, and that if Kim thought she was, then that’s on Kim. She also told young women not to fill their lives with artificial Photoshopped images of themselves. Kim responded months later by giving her hater Chloe some perfume in February.

Chloe appeared on Watch What Happens Live last night to promote her upcoming film, The Miseducation of Cameron Post. During the after show, a caller asked Chloe what she did with the KKW Valentine’s Day perfume she received. You’ll have to ask Chloe’s publicist about that.

“I didn’t even get it, my publicist just took it. I didn’t even open it. I didn’t have it. No, I never saw it. I literally got a video of it from my publicist, and they’re like “They sent this, so we just kept it’ and I was like ‘Okay cool, thanks?'”

That also means that Chloe’s publicist had to deal with the giant cheap chocolate heart and chalky heart-shaped candies that were packaged inside along with the perfume. I hope Chloe remembers to give her publicist something really nice around the holidays this year for going above and beyond. Because I’m pretty sure that solid and liquid waste disposal isn’t in any publicist’s job description.

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