Yesterday the internet was debating whether or not Kylie Jenner’s Twitter account has been hacked after she posted this bizarre meme about the chemtrails conspiracy theory:

If you aren’t familiar with the outlandish theory, it’s basically that the government uses commercial and private aircrafts to disperse chemicals into the general population. That’s why you see those lines in the sky after a plane flies over. That’s right, everyone from the baggage handler to Hillary Clinton is involved in this elaborate ploy and somehow we all just choose to ignore it.

I posted a link to her tweet along with a light-hearted request for Jenner to share all of her thoughts on chemtrails, beyond the typo-filled meme she had posted a few hours earlier.

After that I didn’t think much about it until this morning when my Twitter mentions were flooded with mentions, including two from Jenner herself who, not only weighed in on the conspiracy even further, she also appears to have agreed to do the Ted Talk.

It’s unclear what she meant by chemtrails being the easiest conspiracy for her followers to understand, but judging by most of the replies we received, she has a good point. I’m assuming all of these were intended for me and just happened to have her name in them as well.

Some of her followers went even deeper with theories of their own, including this tweet that I really hope was a joke:

Obviously I responded to Jenner’s tweets and let her know that if she wants to do the Ted Talk I will make it happen, not like she’s some unknown person that would need my assistance to get an internet platform, but it’s the thought that counts, right?

So is Kylie Jenner really going to do a Ted Talk on the dangers of chemtrails? Has her account simply been hacked? Are we best friends now? All these questions will have to be answered in time, but all I can hope for is that, right now, Kanye West is having to sit through an elaborate chemtrails explanation during a family meal because of me. And isn’t that what life is all about? I say yes.