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Kylie Jenner Reacts After Being Dethroned By An Egg For ‘Most Liked Photo’ On Instagram

Kylie Jenner Reacts After Being Dethroned By An Egg For 'Most Liked Photo' On Instagram 1

Kylie Jenner reacts after being dethroned by an egg for the ‘Most Liked Photo on Instagram’.

On Sunday, an Instagram account by the name of @world_record_egg broke Kylie Jenner’s record of the most liked photo on Instagram.

Kylie’s post of Stormi squeezing her mom’s thumb with her tiny baby hands holds the highest rank with over 18 million likes on Instagram. The photo was shared on February 2018.

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stormi webster 👼🏽

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However, the egg posts which was shared on January 4, 2019, have now garnered 22 million likes, thereby taking the number one spot as the ‘Most Liked Photo on Instagram’.

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Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this 🙌 #LikeTheEgg #EggSoldiers #EggGang

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The showdown caught a lot of people’s attention, so the mother of one responded by sharing a video of herself cracking a similar-looking brown egg on the ground, which she captioned,

“Take that little egg.”

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Take that little egg

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