Kenya Foy
November 14, 2016 6:14 am
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Something unexpected and bizarre just happened: Kendall Jenner deleted her Instagram over the weekend, seemingly out of the blue, leaving us completely blindsided and confused. E! reports that Sunday night, the 21-year-old model’s profile mysteriously vanished.

It’s not all that unusual for celebrities to delete Instagram, considering the ungodly amount of trolling they’re subjected to or even when some online drah-ma drives them off social media. However, the strange thing about Jenner’s social media disappearing act is that it happened without warning — kind of.

As E! points out, in Jenner’s Allure October cover story, she did admit to occasionally deleting Twitter or Instagram just to get a break and actually live in the moment. We’re all guilty of sometimes focusing too much on documenting our experiences for social media than fully immersing ourselves in them, so Jenner’s explanation is totally understandable.

“I definitely have close friends, and even some family members, who are so connected to their phone and can’t get off of it,” Jenner said about being on vacation with a social media-crazed crew. “That was the moment it kind of clicked for me. And I didn’t like it. So sometimes I delete Instagram or Twitter or Snapchat off my phone for a couple days.”

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Hm…we dunno, people. We’re obsessed with social media, but obviously it’s only a teeny, tiny window into what *really* happens in someone’s life. Something huge may have brought this on (we just checked for good measure and the link still shows the “unavailable” message), or maybe Jenner’s simply tired AF because at its worst, social media can be downright draining.

As much as we’ll miss scrolling through Jenner’s fab Insta-feed, we now have some extra free time on our hands. On the other hand, she’s blessed us with some pretty unique pics (who can forget Jenner’s gorgeous heart hair post?), so hopefully she’ll be back to posing and posting soon.

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