Kylie Jenner wildest conspiracy theories – clone replacement to secret surrogate

Appearing in Keeping Up With the Kardashians for the first time when she was just nine years old, Kylie Jenner is no stranger to the limelight.

Stepping out of her older sister Kim Kardashian’s shadow in her early teens and amassing a huge Instagram following of 255 million – and counting – Kylie has made a name for herself through her own business empire.

The 23 year old's CV includes a highly successful beauty business, Kylie Cosmetics, A-list reality TV status and appearances in music videos.

After achieving billionaire status at 21 it is no wonder she is often a hot topic of conversation, but it's not always positive news around the beauty sensation, with a variety of obscure conspiracy theories circulating around the mother-of-one.

£26m Instagram mansion

Number one on the list is the theory that Kylie’s $36.5million (£26million) mansion was purchased purely for Instagram shoots.

TMZ broke the news in April 2020 that the beauty mogul, who was 22 at the time, had bought the seven bedroom and fourteen bathroom pad.

However, it was not long until eagle-eyed fans of the reality star noticed the difference between her old and new home – namely the lack of belongings.

Jenner had previously documented her old abode on Instagram and it had a feature in Architectural Digest.

The rooms were filled with brightly coloured furniture, neon signs and pillows galore, all of which were missing from her understated white mansion.

Perhaps she just decided to change things up in her new home, or maybe it really is a second home for Instagram…

When you are a billionaire there’s no limit to what you can do.

Kylie's Clone

Have you ever heard the theory that Kylie died in 2013 and was replaced by a clone?

We all remember the days when there was speculation that Jenner had undergone surgery, seemingly due to the plumpness of her lips.

Jenner, who at the time was 19, initially denied claims that she'd had any filler, which led to a tongue and cheek tweet being published theorising that the real Kylie Jenner had died in 2013 and had been replaced with a clone that looked nothing like her.

But as the internet often does, the tweet picked up steam and Twitter contributors were quick to comment.

The post racked up 13k likes with some users saying it was their favourite conspiracy theory yet.

Kylie Jenner and the Illuminati

What high profile celebrity has not been associated with the Illuminati?

Have you even made it in Hollywood if it is not speculated you are part of the intellectual secret cult dating back to the 18th century?

When Kylie Jenner announced the birth of her daughter, Stormi on February 1 2018, people noted the date as an indication of Jenner’s involvement.

In a blog called Numerology and the Illuminati it claims how prime numbers are among magical numbers.

Prime numbers are numbers that have no divisors other than themselves.

2, 3, 5, 7, 11 and 13 are included in the prime numbers and were allegedly widely worshipped by the so-called Illuminati cult when it comes to setting dates for events.

While the number one is not a prime number it is not divisible by any other numbers.

Members of the Illuminati supposedly believe that success is more likely if the same number is multiplied several times.

So, February’s number is two, Stormi was born on the first and the numbers are then repeated in the year 2018.

Fans were also quick to notice the matching butterfly tattoos that Travis Scott and Jenner got following the birth of their daughter.

Butterflies are often associated with the so-called Illuminati.

On the blog Lazerhorse, it is stated: “The Monarch butterfly is used by those within the entertainment industry to symbolise the trauma-based mind control techniques being carried out predominantly on the female celebrity performing puppets we see relentlessly paraded in front of the idolising masses."

Kylie 'was Kim's surrogate'

Finally comes the theory that Kylie was Kim’s surrogate back in 2018.

The internet sleuths were quick to notice in 2018 that Jenner was only posting headshot photos and skipped out on Kim’s baby shower.

Insiders had reported that the surrogate was close to the family with Kardashian gushing to The Real "I love her. I have the best relationship with my surrogate. She is the perfect person to do this for my family."

With a family as famous as the Kardashians, it did not seem too far a stretch to assume they would keep something so personal within the family.

The theorists were correct about the pregnancy but it was all put to bed when Jenner posted about the birth of her own daughter Stormi.

The first picture of Stormi’s hand clutching her mother’s thumb "broke the internet" becoming the most liked photo on Instagram at the time, amassing over 18 million likes.

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