Khloe Kardashian Addresses Her 'Massive' Pregnancy Lips on 'KUWTK'

06 August, 2018, 20:21 | Author: Dominic Spencer
  • Khloé Kardashian Asks Fans & Mommy Shamers To 'Be Kind' About Her Pregnancy Look On Upcoming Episodes Of KUWTK

The new season of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" premieres on Sunday at 9/8c on E!.

Kardashian has previously hit back at mommy and body shamers after facing a slew of online criticism since her daughter's birth.

One drama in particular centred around a fam photoshoot that Kim was planning that Kourtney seemingly wanted no part of.

Although Kourtney and Khloe had their issues during the episode, the real drama came when Kim agreed to take on the challenge of coordinating the family's busy schedules so they could arrange to take the annual Kardashian family Christmas card. However, coordinating everyone's schedule proved to be hard, and Kourtney Kardashian wasn't willing to budge on her availability. She also told Kim, "You're a very distraught, evil human being".

Although most of us assumed the sister's had put their differences aside, an enormous Twitter row kicked off by Kourtney last night as the show premiered has shocked many into realising the extent of their differences.

Since the episode went to air in the United States, the girls have continued their rants online, with Kourtney claiming she doesn't "accept the way" they "criticize and judge each other anymore".

Despite the fighting, Kim reassured fans that the sisters are always "good". "I'm just here to say that I'm not gonna spend my time, whether it's my sister or not, with anybody that talks to me that way or thinks that way about me", Kourtney told Kim. The shoot was with our kids! "So, I don't think she's big on family 'cause if she was, she would be at my shower". "My #1 priority is being a mother as well and I can work too, so can you!" "I already work more than I would like to". "We all have our own priorities, mine is being a mother". I don't want to see you, OK?

Previews for the highly anticipated season have given us an indication that the two eldest sisters are on the outs as a result of bitter disagreements that will be covered in upcoming eps.


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