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New 'Rich Kids' social media app costs $1,000 to join

(KIAH) - "Being rich is boring when nobody sees you," is the slogan for a new social media website targeting the richer and the richer. Rich Kids crowned itself the "world's most exclusive social network," and has a whooping $1,000 per month membership! And if it's too much for you, then it's not for you, the site said. It's the Regina George of the social media scene, and it's on a mission to "weed out the common folk" and help "the rich stand out.
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