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Cher Not Trashing Kardashians On Twitter After All

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UPDATE: Cher has since clarified her previous statements regarding the Kardashians, tweeting that instead she was "talking about Bridezillas & Not The KARDASHIAN Girls."

PREVIOUSLY: The Kardashians have certainly made their stamp on Hollywood. But who's one fellow celeb who isn't getting on the 'K' train? Cher. The diva recently took to Twitter not just to voice a distaste for the reality show bunch but to completely trash the family.

"I don't watch reality ! Never saw a Kardashian but these Bitches should b Drop kicked down a freeway !Not kidding!" Cher tweeted.

But Cher isn't the only who's dissed the Kardashian clan -- Reese Witherspoon, Lynn Patridge and Amber Portwood have all taken jabs at the family.

In so many words, Witherspoon blasted the Kardashians at the 2011 MTV movie awards regarding the "real reason" that they came to fame: "It’s also possible to make it in Hollywood without a reality show. When I came up in this business, if you made a sex tape, you were embarrassed and you hid it under your bed and if you took naked pictures of yourself on your cellphone, you hid your face."

"Teen Mom" Portwood was less than kind to Kim after the Kardashian ringleader made comments about the teen pregnancy show: "Last time I checked, Kim Kardashian had a sex tape floating around on the internet and I'm pretty sure she made a lot of money off of it," Portwood told E! Online. "She made a sex tape when she was younger and she wants to bash the girls on Teen Mom?

Audrina Patridge's mom, Lynn, even got in on the family feud action: “I’ve watched the Kardashians and I can tell you our family will blow theirs away!” she said. “I don’t mean that as an insult, but what you see is what you get with us. We’re 100 percent real.”

Looks like this family just can't catch a break. But that doesn't seem to bother Kim -- check out her most bootylicious moments below:

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