Kim Kardashian lobbies for tweet-editing feature

Kim Kardashian lobbies for tweet-editing feature

The reality-TV celebrity and socialite is also using her influence for social-media good.

Chris Appleton, the hairstylist also credited with transforming Kardashian West's hair into the ideal (and undeniably enviable) shade of platinum blonde, took to Twitter to share photos of her new look after captioning an image of her just nine hours prior with "Something is coming".

It seems answering people's cries for change has become Kim Kardashian's new calling: less than a week after she successfully lobbied the White House for prison reform, she might have just convinced Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to implement an "edit button".

Jack replied nearly immediately, joking: "Now I see why I was invited!"

Would you like to see an edit function on Twitter?

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend Harper's Bazaar's celebration of "ICONS By Carine Roitfeld" at The Plaza Hotel during New York Fashion Week in Manhattan, New York, U.S., September 9, 2016.

Do you think Twitter should get an edit button?

The online exchange prompted a series of yays and nays from other lesser-known Twitter users.

Kardashian may have started a conversation, but it didn't have much impact on Twitter stock.

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