Dunking on the Kardashians has become something of a national hobby, but it takes on a new meaning when the digs come from inside the house.
For years, Kim Kardashian has taken the high road as her ex-husband Kanye West slammed her family, comparing her mother-in-law Kris Jenner to a North Korean dictator and threatening to “beat Pete Davidson’s ass.”
But on Thursday’s episode of Hulu’s “The Kardashians,” the reality TV star had had enough and apologized to her family for putting up with the rapper’s shenanigans for so long.
After learning that West is releasing a new song over a family meal, Kardashian prepares her mother and sisters for yet another news cycle, assuming that the new tune “means he’s talking mad crap about me.”
“I’m aware of the impact my relationship has had on my family, and I’ve never had the opportunity to simply say, ‘I’m sorry guys,'” she says. In an interview with the show, Kardashian acknowledges.
While Kardashian is obviously not accountable for a grown man’s actions, she did acknowledge the significance of West’s statements.
“All I have control over is how I react to things.” She adds at the table, “I can’t control how he treats me or how he has always treated you all.” “I protected that for a long time, but I promised myself that I would never allow anything happens to you folks again.” For the first time in my life, I feel powerful. I’m not going to allow anyone to treat you or me like that.”
Khloe Kardashian questioned why West is “trashing the mother of their children,” while Kris Jenner stated that Kim has “done nothing but be kind to him.”
The mother went on to mention the possible consequences on West’s four children with Kardashian: North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 3.
“When people say hurtful things about any of us, it hurts all of us because one day your children will read and see everything,” Jenner explains. “This is something that everyone should be aware of.”
Kardashian, who divorced West after six years of marriage in February 2021, has previously stated her dissatisfaction with what she sees as a double standard in how their relationship is discussed in public.
“It’s like, ‘How dare she talk about it,’ if I do something on a reality show.” She observed on last week’s broadcast, “And then he can do a song, but he’s so creative and expressive.” “It’s usually like two opposing viewpoints are expressed in two opposing ways.” One is revered, while the other is not.”
During the first season of the family reality show, which takes place immediately after the former couple’s original breakup, West participated in many episodes.
However, as we all know, the two’s feud will only become worse in the following months as they attempt to co-parent while Kardashian makes her new connection with Davidson public.
West started a series of unsettling social media attacks against Davidson in February, as well as posting what were allegedly private text messages with Kardashian on Instagram.