Kim Kardashian has finally returned to social media, releasing a slew of new provocative Kimojis.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, the reality star took some time away from the spotlight following her terrifying Paris robbery earlier this month.
Now, the 36-year-old is back with shocking messages to fans, including Kimojis that mock the traumatic incident!
The new stickers reveal images of Kim's hands tied up, the star's stolen diamond ring and even her infamous cry face over a "happy birthday" message.
As reported, masked robbers tied up the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star's hands and feet with tape and locked her in the apartment's bathroom before stealing a box containing jewelry items worth millions of dollars.
Last Friday, Kim rang in her 36th birthday by keeping an ultra-low profile.
- Kim Kardashian Settles With 7 Housekeepers Who Sued Over Alleged Unpaid Wages and Meal Breaks
- Kim Kardashian's Hairstylist Chris Appleton Files for Divorce From 'White Lotus' Star Lukas Gage, Reveals Ironclad Prenup
- No Bones About It: Kim Kardashian's Kids Earn 5-Figure Checks for 'Paw Patrol' Sequel
Another Kimoji simply stated: "Sorry I am such an a**hole!"
Meanwhile, Sunday's October 23 episode of 60 Minutes featured a pre-robbery Kim, who seemed grateful for her high-profile lifestyle.
The reality star even credited her fame to social media, telling correspondent Bill Whitaker: "I totally attribute my career to social media."
When asked about the ups and downs of living in the public eye, Kim insisted that it was a positive aspect to her life.
"I do believe that the pros in my situation and my lifestyle have been more beneficial than the negative things," she said at the time. Do you think she's changed her mind since the robbery?
From this point on, insiders say the KUWTK star plans to scale way back on her social media presence.
Do you like Kim's new emojis or should she be taking her recent robbery more seriously? Sound off in the comments below!
We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at email@example.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.