Kris Jenner tells daughters Khloe and Kim Kardashian to f**k off over Rob Kardashians home
29 April 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Calabasas, CA, United States (4E) – Momager Kris Jenner is not happy that her daughters Kim and Khloe Kardashian are telling her to stop paying for the home of her son Rob Kardashian to the point that she tells them to “f**k off.”
In the 51-second teaser clip, which is the latest to be released ahead of the premiere of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” Season 12, Kris was with her daughters Kylie Jenner , Kim, Khloe , and Kourtney . Her boyfriend Corey Gamble was also there. The family was supposed to have a family dinner and Kim and Khloe lashed out on their mother for paying for the new home of Rob.
Kim was heard saying, "You should not be paying for your son that is almost 30 years old to buy a house." Khloe chimes in urging her mother to drop their brother and cut the cord.
However, Kris does not want to hear any of it. She said that her daughters can judge her all day long and asked everybody to just relax. She added, "You all have to have somebody to blame and criticize instead of saying, 'What's the problem?'"
Kim then intervened saying that the problem is her mother and everyone had something to say, which was quite inaudible from the video. Kris answered back, “No, all of you can f–k off and go think of something else to talk about. I've seen you guys through so much s–t that you do that I have to f–king put up with.”
Kris then turns to Kim saying she was married for 72 days and sarcastically said that it was normal. She continued, "I mean the s–t that we've all gone through, you guys can do anything you want and it's OK and I'm supposed to accept it all, and I'm going to do the same thing for him, so stop judging me!"
The argument was mainly about the new bachelor’s pad that Rob stays in now, which was bought by his mom shortly after reports surfaced that he and Blac Chyna are dating.
The Season 12 premiere of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” will air on Sunday, May 1.