- Kim Kardashian West joked that when her latest fight with Kourtney Kardashian airs on the 18th season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, she “might need an attorney."
- Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé Kardashian have an ongoing feud that has pushed Kourtney to step back from the show.
Update, 2/25: Yikes. Kim Kardashian West was not kidding when she said earlier this month that her ongoing feud with her sister Kourtney Kardashian got "a little violent" on the new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. The show dropped its first teaser for season 18, and in it, the sisters throw punches. Literally. Watch at your own risk:
Original post, 2/12: Kim Kardashian might have some success with getting people out of jail and studying up to be a lawyer, but she’s going to have to hire her own team when the next season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs. After hitting up the Oscars in a dress that was so tight she couldn’t even sit down, Kim went on the All’s Fair With Laura Wasser legal podcast yesterday to talk about social justice issues and her ongoing feud with Kourtney Kardashian.
As you very well know, there’s a major rift between Kourtney and Kim and Khloé Kardashian right now. It all dates back to July 2018, when Kourtney ignored the other two and was just paying attention to her phone. Kourtney dubbed herself a “born bitch” and Kim, for some reason, called her the “least interesting to look at.” Those are fightin’ words, and thus began the feud.
In the first installment of the legal podcast, Kim revealed that season 18 of the series will, you guessed it, catch up with the sisters and show that they’re still fighting. In fact, Kim said she and Kourt got into a fight that turned “a little violent.” The SKIMS founder didn’t give any more details, but just picture a remix of the “don’t be f*cking rude” incident of the early aughts.
Kim went on to say that her and Kourtney’s already strained relationship “gets a lot worse” and joke that she “might need an attorney when that first episode comes out.” So, uh, this will be interesting.
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