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Kourtney and Khloe Shockingly Not Based on Reality

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Here we were thinking Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami was an authentic documentary looking at the real lives of two young girls trying to make it in the Magic City, but *gasp* new revelations seem to reveal that it was actually some sort of heavily manipulated pseudo-reality program milked for shameless entertainment value!

One episode chronicled Khloe's crumbling relationship with NBA player Rashad McCants after she hacked into his voice mail and found a scandalous message from a female fan, but McCants says that the entire vignette was staged.

He tells Page Six

that he had broken up with the Kardashian sister well before the show started shooting, and that she didn't even have his current cell phone number, let alone enough information to hack into it. 

Oh dear, what's next? Is information going to come to light that Brooke Knows Best star Brooke Hogan is, despite what her show portrays, not actually a talented singer and dancer? 

Fear not though Miami-reality fans. Don't be so disillusioned. We recently ran into a certain Miami Social star at our gym, and let it be known, for what it's worth, that this cast member's over the top personality was all too real, actually maybe a little too real. 

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