Meanwhile, Khloe Kardashian, the youngest Kardashian sister, tries to be a good mediator between the two and make Kourtney stop being ‘so hard’ on Kris.
Some people can’t just easily forget and forgive, and Kourtney Kardashian is seemingly one of them. In the newly-released clip of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” season 15, the oldest sister of the famous siblings throws her mom Kris Jenner‘s affair in her face.
Khloe Kardashian is trying to be a mediator between Kris and Kourt, who doesn’t seem to let go of their mother’s affair with soccer player Todd Waterman during her marriage with their late father Robert Kardashian. “For some reason you do not give Mom the benefit of the doubt, ever, from your childhood and it’s really unfair,” Khloe starts. “You only remember with Todd or this or that.”
Kourtney quickly defends herself, saying, “I don’t sit there and dwell about Todd.” Kris then accuses Kourtney for having similar situation with her. “You have your own Todd, right now,” the momager says, referring to Younes Bendjima, who was still Kourtney’s boyfriend during the filming.
Her mom’s remarks don’t really sit with Kourtney, who fires back, “No, I actually don’t. I’m actually not married. and I’m not having an affair.” She continues, “You can’t compare one to the other, it’s absolutely not true.”
In a confessional interview, Kourtney says, “I don’t think it’s even about talking to my mom about it. I think it’s like we all have different experiences with my mom, and I think it’s not something really that my mom can fix.”
The clip ends with Khloe telling Kourtney not to “be so hard on your mom” because “sometimes our memories get a little warped by our age.”
This is far for being the first time that Kourtney slams Kris for her affair. Back in 2012, the former asked if her mom “boned” a contestant from “The Voice“, adding, “It’s not like that’s stopped you before.” That prompted Kris to explode as she said, “Are you going to punish me for the rest of my life because of something I did 25 years ago?”
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