Kim Kardashian West mourns loss of Blackberry

Kim Kardashian West
Kim Kardashian West

Kim Kardashian West is mourning the loss of her Blackberry Bold.

The 'Keeping Up with The Kardashians' star has taken to Twitter to share how "sad" she is that her reliable cell phone has stopped working and is asking her 47.1 million followers for their help in finding a replacement. 

Taking to her Twitter account on Wednesday (03.08.16), she wrote: "Sooo my blackberry bold died. I can't find anymore on ebay. I knew this day would come & to be honest I'm prepared. But the question is ... Do I try a different kind of blackberry? Or ditch it all together? Or a different phone like Samsung? (sic)"

The 35-year-old beauty - who has daughter North, three, and seven-month-old son Saint with her husband Kanye West - also revealed she has two phones with two different server providers so she always has at least one working so she can share endless selfies with the world.

The selfie-obsessed star added: "I need 2 phones. Because I love having 2 different phone services so I always have a working phone ... or another option is having 2 iPhones. I really want my blackberry bold though. Reality is starting to set in & I'm getting sad (sic)"

If that wasn't enough Kim - who reportedly earns $1 million a minute from her range of emojis - also showed her sadness by sharing a Kimoji of herself hysterically crying, which she made her display picture.

And she even has her own Kimoji of her Blackberry, which she posted too.

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