Here’s What Chloë Grace Moretz Did with Kim Kardashian’s Savage Gift

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Kim Kardashian is a savage — we been knew. But the 37-year-old proved just how little f*cks she really gives when she mailed out her KIMOJI HEARTS perfume collection to not only her celebrity friends, but also her celebrity enemies, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

“I’m going to send them to my lovers, to my haters; to everyone that I think of because it’s Valentine’s Day after all,” she said while showing off the names, which were written on Post-it Notes.

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Chloë Grace Moretz was among those haters on the receiving end of KKW’s savage present, but she actually never even saw the gift in person.

“No, I never saw it,” she told host Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live on July 30. “I literally got a video of it from my publicist. They’re like, ‘They sent this so we just kept this.’ I was like, ‘Okay. Cool.’ But, thanks?”

The drama between the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and The Miseducation of Cameron Post actress began when the later criticized a naked picture the former posted online in March 2016.

“I truly hope you realize how important setting goals are for young women, teaching them we have so much more to offer than just our bodies,” she tweeted.

Kim did not like the response, which she took to be slut-shaming, and fired back.

“Let’s all welcome @ChloeGMoretz to twitter, since no one knows who she is. your nylon cover is cute boo.”

It’s been over two years since the initial feud went down and CGM is officially sick of talking about it.

“I’m over it,” she tells Refinery29. “There are so many things that we talked about last night on Watch What Happens Live and the fact that literally the one headline across every single major news site right now is me and Kim Kardashian. It’s a dead story, in my opinion. I’m tired of being asked about it, and I’m tired of that story being picked up, especially when I’m promoting a movie about conversion therapy, that is a very real, modern issue in America.”