Kim and Khloé Kardashian are known to fight here and there — but on Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, they took it to a whole new level.
The argument first sparked during a discussion between Khloé, Kim and Kourtney. Khloé, 33, brought up the “craziest” videos that she had seen of a drunken girls’ night in which one of their friends was allegedly caught pleasuring herself on camera. Kim, 37, insisted that it hadn’t happened — even though she wasn’t actually present for the alleged act, and had already gone to sleep.
“Weren’t you asleep that night? Because I heard you were asleep, and I saw the videos,” said Khloé, 33. “It was Kourtney, her and whoever else was taking the videos and you were not in them.”
“I was asleep at that moment, but I don’t believe that she would be sitting there doing that,” said Kim, 37.
“Why can’t you just believe my story?” said Khloé, clearly irritated. “You piss me off, because you never believe me.”
Kourtney, 38, eventually confirmed that it was actually true, but Khloé was still fuming.
“You’re so easy to piss off,” said Kim to her sister, laughing as she walked out of the room.
“And you’re so easy to make insecure,” Khloé muttered under her breath. “Wait till I tell you about your f—ing fat a— in a second.”
“Kim and I have a long history of her doubting me,” Khloé explained. “But I don’t think I’m a liar — I normally don’t lie. I used to lie when I was 16 years old, who doesn’t? I was a bad teenager, most kids are.
But ever since then, I have been labeled a liar and it’s just frustrating and I’m not sure why I’m being held to something I did when I was 16.”
“I don’t get why I’m so passive with Kourtney — I laugh at Kourtney,” she said. “With Kim, I will bite down her throat, and with Kris, I do the same thing. I don’t know why. I do agree it’s not right. It’s like something possesses me. Honestly, I love Kim. We just have a very dysfunctional relationship.”
“I always want more patience,” she added. “I have so much patience for children, and then when it comes to my sisters or adults, I have such a short fuse. I wish I thought of adults as children.”
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