Specifically, the sisters expressed their thoughts on the situations surrounding Tristan Thompson, Lamar Odom, and Kanye West (aka Ye).
Kim Kardashian Comments On Kanye West’s Antisemitism Scandal
On the latest episode of The Kardashians, Kim linked up with Khloé and opened up about Ye’s antisemitism controversy—which emerged late last year, as The Shade Room reported.
In a confessional, Kim proclaimed, “It sucks, you know when someone doesn’t see how different they are.”
After calling Ye’s switch-up “confusing,” Kim Kardashian added that she’d “do anything” to get the old Kanye back.
“It’s really confusing to me. It’s so different than the person that I married because that’s who I loved and that’s who I remember. I’ll do anything to get that person back.”
Kim continued venting to Khloé, “I feel so bad for him. I don’t even think he feels bad for himself. I don’t even know if he knows how… I just feel so bad.”
As for her sister, Khloé Kardashian compared witnessing Kanye’s antics to “watching a car crash in slow motion.”
Kim also noted that she felt “conflicted” over how to handle the matter, as she doesn’t want to “jump in and be a part of a downfall for the father of [her] kids.”
Khloé Kardashian Relates To Her Sister’s Struggle
While on the subject of Kim Kardashian’s famous ex-husband, we should add that Khloé empathized with her sister because of her own exes’ downfalls.
As Kim continued to speak on how awful she felt for Kanye, Khloé reassured her and mentioned that she has her own feelings about what Lamar Odom and Tristan Thompson have gone through in the public eye.
“Every single day, I feel bad about Lamar. Every single day. I feel bad about Tristan not being on a team right now.”
Afterward, she told Kim, “It’s okay that you’re crying. It’s okay that you have feelings.”
Wrapping up, Khloé remarked, “This too shall pass,” while Kim commented, “It’s really f**king hard, and I don’t wish that upon anybody.”
Peep the clips down below.
What do you think about Kim and Khloé Kardashian’s commentary?