Kylie Jenner loses Instagram record to an egg

Ruben Ruiz
January 14, 2019

The account's bio reads: "Official world record holders of the most liked picture on Instagram".

Originally posted on January 5, 2019, by the account world_record_egg, the simple photo of an egg on a plain, white background is rapidly approaching the 18.1 million "likes" required to steal the record from Kylie Jenner. The reality star shared a video of herself cracking a similar-looking brown egg on some asphalt, which she captioned, "Take that little egg". "We got this", says the egg account's bio. "Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)!"

The first photo of Jenner's newborn daughter, posted on February 6, 2018, was the leader until this new, mysterious challenger appeared.

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A photo of an egg has become the most-liked image post on Instagram. "Thank you so much for all of your support and messages".

What do you think of Kylie's latest 'nemesis?' Will she get her crown back or not? But for now I need to sleep. Why an egg? Is it an ironic nod to Jenner's original record-breaking photo about the development of life into a living, breathing creature? It doesn't end here though, we're only just getting started.

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