KUWK: Kim Kardashian Tries To Justify Calling Kourtney Kardashian 'The Least Exciting To Look At'
It was the insult heard around the world when Kim Kardashian called her sister, Kourtney Kardashian, the least exciting to look at earlier this season on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." The siblings will revisit the topic on an upcoming episode that finds Kim trying to defend herself.
Kourtney is voted as the most reserved out of the three oldest Kardashian siblings. When the makeup mogul attacked her for being boring, she received a ton of backlash from viewers, social media users, and Kourtney herself.
Fans felt that just because the mother of three isn't as 'plastic' as her other sisters, doesn't mean that she is the least exciting to look at. She has been deemed the 'realest' sister of the oldest three.
In a sneak peek for Sunday's program, Kim is dealing with the media fire from her hurtful comment. She tells Kourtney and Scott Disick that people hate her for what she said.
"What I meant is you're the most boring. People think that it's like I said, 'Kill your mom.'"
The 39-year old rolls her eyes and goes on to say: "People are like, 'I've been abused by my family for years and I know that it's very hurtful.'"
Scott tells Kim that she has to be careful with what she says as Kanye's wife admits that she 'knew this would happen.'
Kourtney tells the two not to justify the insult.
Disick reminds her that she's guilty of talking smack about Kim too: "But that's your sister! You say bad things about her too. You call her a porn star every time I talk to you."
Things between the sisters have gotten heated before, but this was definitely one of the most intense arguments captured on camera.
The "KUWK" star explained: "I felt like every day almost I was being picked on and criticized and I just couldn't take it anymore. Honestly, I think it's ongoing. I've been really working on myself a lot and I think through my growth, I'm better at expressing myself. I think in the past I've always been great at like not being emotional. I think that I'm better now at expressing my feelings.
What do you think about Kim's explanation? Should she have apologized?