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Kim Kardashian Might Be Responsible for Changing Twitter

While Facebook allows users to edit updates they have already published, Twitter offers no such option. This might now change, thanks to reality TV star Kim Kardashian.

Kardashian took to her Twitter page Friday evening to tell her nearly 34 million followers she had emailed Twitter to talk about the issue, and cited the trouble of having to repost a tweet after misspelling a word:

Surprisingly, the 34-year-old E! fixture received a reply from Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey–within minutes–and Dorsey seemed interested in her complaints:

The Selfish author soon replied:

Facebook first allowed users the option to edit posts in 2013, so for many, a change at Twitter is long overdue.

Naturally, not all Twitter users are open to the idea of tweet editing, or that Kardashian might be behind the change:

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