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PHOTOS NeNe Leakes is now on the Kim Kardashian Hollywood app

Last month we learned that The Real Housewives of Atlanta HBIC NeNe Leakes had partnered with fellow reality show A-lister Kim Kardashian on a mystery business venture, and we finally know what that venture is — NeNe Leakes is now a character on Kim’s SUPER successful (and super addictive) Kim Kardashian: Hollywood game! BLOOP BLOOP!

PHOTOS Hasbro’s Operation game’s Cavity Sam got a makeover

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I’m not sure exactly when it happened, but Hasbro’s classic kids’ electronic surgery game Operation has given Cavity Sam a major makeover! Instead of an obese naked man with such maladies as Adam’s apple, butterflies in stomach, and funny bone, the new Cavity Sam has lost a lot of weight, put on a pair of polka dot shorts, gotten a few tattoos, apparently likes to hang out in the sunshine wearing a wife beater tank top, and now suffers from much more modern ailments like gamer’s thumb, headphone headache, and heartburn.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner have joined Kim Kardashian: Hollywood App

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Kim Kardashian’s multi-million dollar app once featured only herself, but it’s grown to include most of her family. Now younger sisters Kendall and Kylie have made their appearance, along with a Malibu location. The men in Kim Kardashian’s world haven’t yet been featured, but with Bruce Jenner transitioning into a woman, is her story going to be the next quest?

Kim Kardashian Hollywood app earns $43.4 million in 3rd quarter, gamers go on 214,174,992 dates

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Glu Mobile recently revealed that their Kim Kardashian: Hollywood gaming app brought in $43.4 million in July, August, and September of 2014 after launching on June 25. In addition to the revenue figure, Glu Mobile also released some jaw-dropping statistics about gamers during that time, including how many dates they went on, the best-selling outfits for men and women, and the total amount of time human beings spent chasing their virtual dreams in the Kimcentric electronic Tinseltown universe.

VIDEO Young princesses drop F-bombs to highlight sexism

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A for profit T-shirt company has produced a video of young girls in princess outfits dropping an insane amount of F-bombs to “draw attention to society’s continued sexism.” The clip has gone viral as they say and has many folks expressing their agreement with, or disgust of, the premise. See a bleep-filled version and let us know what you think.