I feel for Peppur Triplett, who told Business Insider she turned to the game as a COVID escape. She spent 10 years overall amassing her fortune and becoming the #11 player of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. And it shuts down in April.
The accessorizing fame game may not be my first choice, but I hate to see someone lose their favorite game. Free-to-play breaks everyone’s heart, eventually.
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