And Kim Kardashian appears to have addressed the whole thing in an interview...
Unless you’ve been avoiding social media for the past 24 hours, you’ll know ALL ABOUT the drama that unfolded between Kylie Jenner and her older brother Rob Kardashian.
In beef that appeared to be centred around a baby shower for Rob’s fiancée, the Kardashian brother seemed to direct a series of angry tweets at his youngest sister, before claiming to out her mobile phone digits on the public social platform. Yikes.
It looks like the reality star, who’s currently expecting his first child with Blac Chyna, is not too pleased with the rest of his family right now either.
According to the tweets in question, the 29-year-old seems to be under the impression that the Kardashian clan failed to invite his other half to the baby shower. Awkward.
After Rob claimed to make Kylie’s mobile phone number public, the world waited to see how the family would react.
Kylie Jenner has returned to social media following the dramz, but she’s risen above it and chosen not to comment on the whole thing.
Choosing to take the high road, the 19-year-old decided to share a message about her cosmetics line, tweeting a link to her website along with the words: ‘What did I almost call Ginger? Check out some exclusive details about my #LipKits! @KylieCosmetics…’
Way to keep it classy, KJ.
And over on Instagram, the youngest Jenner shared a pretty selfie, showcasing her gorgeous silver-blonde locks.
No drama to see here, folks.
Kim Kardashian West, on the other hand, appears to have addressed the family row on a talk show.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star sat down with Andy Cohen at The Girls’ Lounge dinner in New York, and the Watch What Happens Live host asked if she was watching the presidential debate – which happened at the same time as Rob’s Twitter meltdown.
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Kim reportedly told the audience: ‘I watched a little bit of it but I was on the phone at the same time, a little family drama.’
She added: ‘Group texting.’