ChristianAdamG proved his point: misinformation is a dangerous tool in 2018 and beyond.
Kim Kardashian has come to the defense of her family in the wake of a public ploy to infiltrate Kylie's kindred relationship with Travis Scott from the inside out. The Kardashian heiress routinely benefits from the media maelstrom at such a high level, that it's easy for her to cut her losses.
But when it comes to the potential break up of an upstart family, especially one assigned to her in a figurative "Godmother" role, Kim K draws the line. This is what she had to say in response to YouTuber ChristianAdamG, who admitted overnight to doctoring photos of Travis Scott to make it seem like he was kissing another woman, and thus cheating on Kylie Jenner.
Although the Kardashians have essentially clinched the monolith lost by the Kennedy clan in America, that doesn't equate to them losing their human touch or vulnerability. In her Twitter diatribe directed at the so-called "social scientists," Kim K touched on a few of the transgressive elements in ChristianAdamG photoshop experiment, namely the damage done to relationships and families through this invasive maneuvers.
Kylie stood her ground as well, by posting a fleeting message on her IG storyboard. The text read: "Idk if this is really a social experiment to some people but you're messing with real people, real relationships, real family. I'm happy my relationship is strong because this is getting out of hand. The internet scares me sometimes for real."
As he claimed victory over the celebrity fandom, ChristianAdamG showed the World how easy it is to misinform the masses for seconds at a time - which only goes to show how dangerous misinformation can be in the wrong hands. Let that be an eye-opener.