"People making jokes about @KimKardashian tonight would do well to remember that she's a mother, a daughter, a wife, a friend," the 38-year-old host tweeted after news broke of the burglary. "Be nice or shut up."
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"This very day, something really scary happened to a public person, and you were the first person to stand up and tell [Twitter users] that they should shut the f--k up and leave this poor woman alone and let her recover," Curtis told Corden during her appearance on Monday's Late Late Show. "And you, you said it! And I am impressed by you, very much."
Curtis reminded the audience that Kardashian is "a mother of two small children!"
"My God, these people just need to have their devices put somewhere," the Scream Queens star proclaimed.
Corden agreed with Curtis, adding, "Regardless of whatever you think of someone, it's someone being held at gunpoint in a room. Just don't say anything. Also, you don't need to say anything. Just don't do anything!"
The Late Late Show host wasn't the only one in late night to bring up Kardashian's robbery. Jimmy Kimmel joked that America would not stand for someone messing with the 35-year-old reality star.
"We will tolerate a lot of nonsense, but you do not mess with Kim Kardashian West. Whether you like her or not, she's one of us," Kimmel jokingly declared. "If we find out you harmed even a single extension on her People's Choice Award-winning head, we will find you and we will make you so les misérables, you will wish you were never born to a woman who doesn't shave her armpits."
A source close to Kardashian gave a terrifying account of the burglary, telling ET that the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star tearfully begged for her life. "She thought she was going to die. They put a gun to her head while they were searching the apartment," the source said. "It’s an absolute awful story. One of the most terrifying experiences of her life."