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Kim Kardashian has a messages for her haters.

The reality television star and entrepreneur won the first-ever Break the Internet Award at the 20th annual Webby Awards on Monday night, and told the crowd in accepting the honor that she had no plans of making the online world whole again.

“Nude selfies till I die,” Kardashian said in her five-word speech. (Each Webby Award recipient was limited to only five words in their acceptance speeches.)

Kardashian often posts nude photos of herself online, including a widely circulated (and self-censored) shot back in March that drew the ire of, among others, Chloë Grace Moretz, Piers Morgan, and Bette Midler.

“Nude selfies till I die” could have been a little different. Before accepting the Webby Award, Kardashian appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and told host Ellen DeGeneres that she was leaning toward another five-word phrase: “I’m thinking, ‘Long live the nude selfie.'”

Watch Kardashian discuss the Webby Award with DeGeneres below, and see her speech above.