AN accidental time traveler has revealed what's in store for the Kardashians in 2023 – and it's good news for KUWTK fans.
While Drew Curtis admits he's only joking when referring to himself as a time traveler, his predictions are scarily spot on.
The founder of news aggregation site, Fark, went viral in 2020 after a tweet of his predicting the hellish year back in 2015 resurfaced.
Now, the 'accidental time traveler' is putting his skills to the test – and assures Kardashian fans that Kim, Khloe, Kourtney, Kris, Kylie and Kendall are all set for a good year.
"Every year is a good year for the Kardashians," Curtis told the U.S. Sun.
"They're family drama generators, they'll figure something out."
The Kardashians faced their fair share of drama in 2022, including Tristan Thompson's betrayal, the Blac Chyna trial and Kanye West's fresh bid for presidency.
But as always, the family were quick to bounce back, welcoming two new babies, a new husband and collectively raking in millions.
Will Kanye see the same level of success next year?
Asked whether Kim's ex will actually run for President, Curtis said: "Very likely that he does, he doesn't have much else going on.
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"Shouldn't end well for him but I said the same thing back in 2016 about a similar guy and that turned out to be wrong."
Curtis went viral on Twitter in 2020 after he retweeted a prediction he made years before.
On December 31, 2015 he wrote: "I'm a time traveler from 2020. Enjoy 2016 – it's as good as it gets for awhile."
He then retweeted his prediction during the first year of covid and said: "This tweet aged well."
They're family drama generators, they'll figure something out.
The new man has made a number of intriguing predictions since, including what China can expect from the year ahead and how Twitter will play out with Elon Musk at its helm.
Spoiler alert: it's not looking good.
He told the U.S. Sun: "First off, it depends on how long Musk stays interested. If he gets bored or tired of it and wanders off, things will get weird.
"Also right now if anyone were to code up even a rudimentary Twitter clone, it'd probably take off – although this is easier said than done."
He added: "Long term, there appears to be no chance that Twitter will ever be able to pay off its debts.
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"So this looks like an eventual bankruptcy to me. Maybe not this year, but eventually creditors will run out of patience over a lack of progress.
"It's too bad because if handled properly, Twitter might have had a chance."
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