Kendall Jenner Is No Longer On Instagram

Written by Vanessa Hojda
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What do Chelsea Handler, Rob Kardashian and Justin Bieber now have in common with Kendall Jenner? They all deleted their Instagram accounts and left behind thousands (and in Kendall’s case, millions) of fans stranded without an explanation for their purge. The real question is, will Kendall delete her Instagram permanently, like Justin, or will she make a comeback like Chelsea and Rob?

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Everyone is plagued with questions and theories regarding Kendall Jenner’s recent Instagram disappearance. Some are wondering if she did it because she wanted to tune out the criticism she received from the internet regarding her Vogue photoshoot where she dressed up as a ballerina.

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Others are speculating that she’s taking some time off because she’s dealing with some intense real life stress, like the case she’s fighting against a stalker. Over the past couple of months, Kendall testified against the man who was only charged with trespassing.

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Whatever the reason, Kendall hasn’t explained why she deleted her Instagram account while she continues to post on Twitter and Facebook. She now joins her sister Kim, who’s also been inactive on all social media since she was robbed in Paris last month.

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Others are speculating that she’s taking some time off because she’s dealing with some intense real life stress, like the case she’s fighting against a stalker. Over the past couple of months, Kendall testified against the man who was only charged with trespassing.

Whatever the reason, Kendall hasn’t explained why she deleted her Instagram account while she continues to post on Twitter and Facebook. She now joins her sister Kim, who’s also been inactive on all social media since she was robbed in Paris last month.

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