The highly-dramatised physical brawl, which took place between Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian is one of the episodes of the eighteenth season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, has been the talk of the town for a long time now. It saw the sisters slapping, kicking, abusing and body shaming each other until Kendall intervened and separated them. Kim, in fact, even went onto address the fight in her recent interview and revealed that she was bleeding after Kourtney scratched her.
The makeup mogul said, “I don't really ever resort to violence like that. But she scratched me so hard, you couldn't see, I had like—I was bleeding. And so you didn't really get see that detail." However, a source close to the K sisters tells ET! that they are highly embarrassed about their fight. The good part here is that Kim and Kourt have patched up and are on good terms now. The source said, “Although Kim and Kourtney had a blowout fight on last night’s episode of KUWTK, the sisters are fine and back on good terms.
They added, “They were able to discuss their differences and although they don’t agree on how each handles things, they respect one another. The sisters are embarrassed about the fight, but since the day they signed up to do the show, they promised to show their real life.”
Who is ready for Season 18 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians!?!?! It premieres on a new day, this Thursday at 8/7c!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/SszWHE13j8— Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) March 24, 2020
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon, Kim revealed how mom Kris Jenner was upset because of their fight, “When my mom saw that, a clip of that, she cried. She was like, ‘Who are you guys? What is going on?’” But, as they say, all well that ends well! (ALSO READ - 'Tiger Queen' Kourtney Kardashian Wears A Gown With Tiger Tail; Fans Trash Her Caption, Ask If 'Kim's Slap Is Still Hurting?')
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