CAITLYN JENNER & KHLOE KARDASHIAN

The 12th season of E!’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians kicked off this past weekend and all of the drama surrounding the family in the past 10 months is being addressed. From Lamar Odom’s highly publicized overdose, Kylie Jenner’s relationship with Tyga and even Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna were all points of contention. One of the more glaring revelations was Khloe’s rift with Caitlyn Jenner.

People:

“Later in the episode, Khloé is off on her press tour in NYC for her new book, Strong Looks Better Naked, and receives a series of angry texts from Caitlyn Jenner concerning an interview. Khloé had gone on the Howard Stern Show and discussed her issues with Caitlyn’s transition, which didn’t go over well with the 66-year-old. An irate Khloé calls Kris and freaks out claiming that she was done with Caitlyn.”

“Mom can you handle this?,” the 31-year-old asks Kris. “She can tell me to f— off all she wants, I don’t have a relationship with her. I’m done.”

Later, Kris tries to smooth things over between the two, and calls Caitlyn.
“This is not intentional, you’re making this so hard,” Kris tearfully tells Caitlyn. “You were her father. You were her dad since she was five years old. Give her a break.”

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