The Kardashian Klan were not pulling any punches on the June 22 episode of ‘Keeping Up With The Kardashians!’ Kendall Jenner totally called out her sister, Khloe Kardashian, for having a ‘mustache,’ like, one second after they were having a moment. Read on for more!
The central theme around the June 22 episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians is that, basically, this family can be kind of horrible to each other. Not only did Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian call their mother, Kris Jenner, a “whore,” but Kendall also upped the ante by calling her mother a “desperate f***ing whore.” Lovely! Well, later in the episode, Kendall even called out sister Khloe for having a “mustache.”
Khloe Kardashian & Kendall Jenner Fight On ‘KUWTK’ Over Kris Jenner
In the episode, Khloe, Kendall and their dog, Blu, went on a hike, when a passerby told Kendall that her dog needed to be on a leash. Khloe cut in, however, to tell the girl that it’s fine because the dog has a collar with registered tags, and Kendall asked who had done that to the dog, as she certainly hadn’t. She was annoyed that, of course, Kris had, and that’s when Khloe decided that, indeed, Kendall had been following in Khloe’s mean footsteps a little too closely.
Khloe told Kendall to be nicer to Kris, as she’s their mother and was only doing right by Blu, and Kendall agrees that she needs to calm down. However, just as they’re having their moment, Kendall asks Khloe, “How’s your mustache?” Lovely.
Kendall Jenner To Khloe Kardashian: ‘How’s Your Mustache?’
Kendall continued, telling Khloe that she totally has a mustache, and though Khloe insists it’s blonde, Kendall is like, actually, it’s brown, and I can see it in the sun. They were joking around, but it was still pretty reflective of how this family treats each other! Come on, girls, play nice! Let’s be real: your lives are not all that hard.
So, HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Kendall and Khloe’s exchange? Is it fair for Kendall to be so mean to everyone in the family, her mother especially? Or is she just learning by example? Let us know!
— Amanda Mitchell