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Watch Kim and Khloé Kardashian Hunt Down Possible Culprit Behind Fake North West Instagram Account

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Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Kim and Khloé Kardashian can now add private investigators to their list of job titles, thanks to a hilarious moment from an upcoming episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

In a sneak peek of Thursday's episode of the show, the two sisters team up to try and find out who is behind the infamous Nori's Black Book Instagram account. The page, which currently boasts more than 833,000 followers, is a parody account for Kim Kardashian West's eldest daughter, North West.

The clip opens with the sisters questioning celebrity hairstylist and family friend Jen Atkin via FaceTime about whether she's the person behind the hilarious account.

'Are you Nori's Black Book?' asks the youngest Kardashian sister, prompting laughter from Atkin who soon retorts: 'Oh, my God! I f***ing wish I was Nori's Black Book. My captions aren't that good.'

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The Instagram account includes hilarious captions on photos of the famous Kardashian/Jenner clan, such as the seven-year-old joking that her mother hasn't paid her for their SKIMS collaboration to snubbing her famous siblings with lines like: 'I never asked to be a big sister, so I don't feel responsible for you.'

The reality TV star then notes that she and her cousin Cici Bussey '100%' believed the hairstylist was the Instagram account's holder.

Atkin soon offers up her own suggestion to the investigation, noting: 'You know who I think it is? … Steph [Shepherd].'

In order to rule out her former assistant, the KKW mogul proceeds to FaceTime her close friend to find out whether she's the guilty party.

'Are you Nori's Black Book?' the mother-of-four asks, leading Shepherd to reply: 'Oh my God. I wish I was f***ing Nori's Black Book.'

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The SKIMS founder notes how 'everyone' has given the same answer to the question before Shepherd replies: 'It's someone random who is running the account and I don't think any of your guys' friends are that funny. No offence.'

The Good American co-founder agrees that 'no one' in their circle boasts the sense of humour required for the funny captions, adding that she 'would hang out with them all the f***ing time'.

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The teaser ends with the sisters calling for reinforcement in the form of Tracy Romulus, who is the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) for KKW Brands.

'We've ruled a few people out of who it could be for Nori's Black Book,' the mogul says.

'We've called Jen Atkin, we've called Stephanie, Cici … we've tried everyone and they're all ruled out. So, I [am going to] call Tracy, who works with me, and she's, like, queen top dog investigator. Anytime we want to play a prank or do something, she always knows what to do and say.'

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During the FaceTime call with the CMO, the former Dash owners immediately ask whether she's behind Nori's Black Book. While she denies it's her, she provides a potential solution to tracking down the account owner...

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