Kim Kardashian Says People Don’t Know What Her Relationship With Kanye West Was Really Like
Kim Kardashian is giving fans more insight into her relationship with Kanye West during the season finale of The Kardashians today, when she tried to bond with her sister Khloe.
“I feel like we always tiptoe around each other’s situations because we just don’t want to meddle,” Kim told Khloe. “I respect that no one came to me during my marriage and was like, ‘Are you good?’ Everyone let me have my own journey and see that on my own, and I appreciate that, but sometimes I look back and I’m like, ‘When do we jump in?'”
Khloe said it was too late for any family intervention in her case with Tristan Thompson’s cheating, though she did wish they had spoken up with any concerns about Tristan sooner. “What I have frustrations about, it has nothing to do with any of you guys, it wasn’t the first or second mistake,” Khloe said. “That’s the time that I wish someone would’ve been like, ‘No! What do you mean? We’ve done this how many times? No! You’re not crazy. Actually, you’re f—ing right.'”
Kim agreed, telling her sister of her relationship with Kanye, “If people knew what my relationship was really like, I think they’d be like, ‘How did this last this long?’ But I can live with myself knowing that I tried everything humanly possible to make a situation work, and so I could walk away absolutely guilt-free.”
“I feel like you can at least say, you had a family, you tried, everything in your might,” Kim added. “You can look your daughter in the face and say that.”
Kim added in a confessional about her little sister, “All of you f—ing trolls on the internet that make Khloe feel like the biggest piece of s—, I will find each and every one of you and not threaten you on TV, but it’s wrong. It’s so wrong because you guys don’t understand that, when you have a child, you’ll do anything to try and make it work… When the whole world is looking at you, laughing at you, calling you every name in the book, do you know how hard that is? It’s 10 times harder to stay in a situation than it is to leave.”