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Kim Kardashian's Twitter Followers Reach 20 Million

March 8, 2014, 2:28 pm GMT

The reality show star acknowledged the milestone by tweeting a revised version of Kanye West's lyric.

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Kim Kardashian reached a new milestone on Twitter on Friday, March 7. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star has gathered 20 million followers on the micro blogging site and she expressed her excitement over the number.

"OMG 20 MILLION FOLLOWERS! ARE U KIDDING ME!!!! THANK U SO MUCH!!!! I LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!!! XOXOX," Kardashian tweeted, then adding the revised version of her fiance Kanye West's lyric. "ALL I REALLY WANTED WAS 20MIL & A BAD B......"

The lyric is taken from West's part in Rick Ross' "Mastermind" single "Sanctified" which originally says, "All I wanted was 100 million dollars and a bad b***h." The track was recently performed on "The Arsenio Hall Show" when West made a surprise appearance together with the other song collaborator, Big Sean.

Holding the record of the person with most Twitter followers is Katy Perry. The "Dark Horse" singer reached 50 million followers in early February, while Justin Bieber had 49.3 million at the same time.

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