The Aftermath of Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s Fight Is More Dramatic Than You’d Expect

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner‘s fall out continued on Thursday, Oct. 15’s all-new Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Last week, E! viewers watched as the Jenners sisters got into an upsetting fight.

And, from what we saw on KUWTK, this wasn’t just some sisterly spat. Not only was the fight the topic of conversation during Thursday’s episode, but it resulted in Kylie and Kendall not speaking to one another.

In a confessional, Kendall shared, “I’m still really upset because everything escalated super quickly and I just don’t think it ever had to be that way.”

As she continued, Kendall expressed a wish that Corey Gamble acted as “a mediator” rather than siding with Kylie in the altercation.

“He was supporting the get me out of the car comment,” she continued. “There was so many other solutions and, I don’t know, it was just super offensive.”

Following this drama, the Kardashian sisters sat down and decided that they shouldn’t pick sides. However, upon returning home, Khloe Kardashian revealed to Scott Disick and Kim Kardashian that Kendall didn’t feel supported.

“She feels like nobody has her side,” the Good American mogul relayed. “And no one’s reached out to her.”

Kim chose to remain neutral, declaring that she didn’t “want to get involved.”

To the KUWTK camera, Scott reflected, “In all the years I’ve been with the girls, I’ve seen some pretty decent fights go down. But, I never thought there was a possibility it would be Kendall and Kylie.”

As the tension remained, Kylie turned to momager Kris Jenner for advice and shared her side of the story.

“I haven’t talked to her,” the Kylie Cosmetics boss admitted. “I think that she thinks she’s right in the situation and I think I’m right in the situation. So, I don’t know.”

While reflecting on the fight, the mother of one said she was “in party, happy mode.” She further defended that she would’ve “loved to have figured [Kendall] out a car.”

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