The EPA tweeted about ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood

Kim Kardashian: Hollywood

The only time the Environmental Protection Agency should ever tweet about Kim Kardashian‘s terrible app is if they want to warn the world about the amount of e-waste that comes from regularly throwing away your phones, or if they want to tell everyone that the radioactive rays coming from the game with literally cook small birds close to your phone. But instead, a message from their Twitter account went out the other day telling everyone that someone on their social media team is a c-list celebrity. So the environment is f*cked is what I’m saying. Hope you like tornadoes showing up in New York in the middle of January! Page Six reports …

On Monday, the official Twitter account for the federal agency tweeted they’re a “C-List” celebrity in the reality TV star’s digital world. “I’m now a C-List celebrity in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Come join me and become famous too by playing on iPhone!” it said. The bizarre tweet was shared roughly 2,800 times, reports USA Today. It seems the account, which updates its 52,000 followers on the latest on clean water efforts in America, was either hacked, compromised or — many speculated — involved in an employee’s private Twitter mixup.

In all fairness, the tweet was just one of those weird random accidents that happens when employees forget to log out from one account and move over to their personal one, but the deeper implication here is that EPA employees play Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. Do you have any idea how terrifying it is that the people behind America’s nature preservation group play that garbage ass game? If you’ll excuse me, I have to go stock up on bottled water and gold ingots.

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