Kim Kardashian revealed that she and all four of her children contracted COVID-19 in November 2020.
Although there were rumours it was due to her infamous birthday celebrations last year, the reality star is adamant that’s not how they caught contacrted the deadly virus.
Kardashian responded to a tweet from Buzzfeed that suggested her family tested positive after the party on the private island, saying it was “false.”
“Nobody caught Covid from the trip,” she tweeted.
The 40-year-old revealed in a May 2020 episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians that her five-year-old son Saint was the first to catch the virus, with the rest of the family subsequently testing positive too.
The reality star said she gets her children tested once a week because they go to school, and Saint came into contact with another student who tested positive.
“So Saint has COVID, and I’m just really worried about him,” she said on the show.
“He’s crying and coughing on me and I’m trying to not freak anyone out but now I have to figure out what we’re going to do, especially with the three other kids.”
The mum-of-four added that she was studying for the bar exam at the time, which she had previously failed.
“I took the bar with COVID!!!” she wrote in a tweet. “I almost passed out after hour 4, but I still did it!”
“At least we all had it [COVID-19] together,” she said in another tweet. “And everyone is OK!”