‘The Kardashians’ is an open book about the famed Kardashian family’s lives. Whether it’s the Kim-Kanye drama or the Kourtney-Travis romance, the family is always in the news. The argument between Scott Disick and Kendall Jenner continued in the current episode, with the model revealing how Scott “was victimizing himself” during their fight.

During the May 12th episode of The Kardashians, the supermodel and Scott Disick had a heated argument about him not being invited to her special birthday dinner. The May 19th episode picks up just where they left off, with Kendall storming off and venting at her sister Kourtney’s place. “Scott’s like, ‘What’s going on for Thanksgiving? Obviously, I’m not invited,’ and immediately it’s hostile,” Kendall recalled to Kourtney and sister Khloe Kardashian.

“He’s talking through me the whole time, and I’m like, ‘I don’t do that.’ I’ve been in enough toxic relationships; I can’t stand it anymore. I shut off.”

“So I stand up and I’m like, ‘I’m out of here.’ At the end of the day, it’s really not my place. it’s about them two.”


According to Eonline, in a confessional, the 26-year-old got a few more things off her chest regarding the argument.

“[Scott] was victimizing himself, he was villainizing everybody else including me, which I have no ill intention towards him. And I love him and would always want him around, so it just caught me off guard.”

In terms of Kourtney’s reaction to their verbal spat, “I just don’t have the energy for this,” Kourtney said in an interview. “My head is on a different planet, and I feel like I’m living a different life. I am unsubscribing from this drama.” Khloe made it clear that she can’t simply back down since it puts everyone else in a bind.

“I told you this weeks ago. We think you need to talk to Scott and set some real boundaries because everyone else is in the middle. I do think you should say, ‘Hey, moving forward, stop talking to my family about things. You ask me if I’m comfortable, stop putting everyone else in the middle.’ Done. You’re supposed to be the boss here.”

“He’s not going to [Kourtney], ‘cause he knows he can’t get s–t out of her. So he’s gonna go to [Kendall], the least combative, but that’s so f–ked up he’s gonna prey on you. That’s actually really f–king rude.”

However, at the end of the episode, Scott and Kendall had resolved their differences and reconciled.

“You immediately attacked me and that, to me, took me back and I was like, ‘Oh, I don’t like this. Immediately, I shut off, immediately I’m trying to defend myself, defend the situation and then it got riled. We love you and I obviously don’t want any drama or weird things happening.”

Scott appeared to agree, saying in a confessional, “For me, with Kendall, it felt horrible that we came to a place where we couldn’t even speak normally to each other to figure out what was even happening and it brought anger on,” but, as Kendall realizes, transitioning to a new normal after Kourtney’s engagement will just require a little more effort.

“The beginning of any sort of change in a family is just a difficult, awkward time and I think this is that time for us right now. There’s just a lot of shifting going on. I have faith it’ll figure itself out, I just think it’s gonna take some time.”

The Kardashians are one of the most well-known families in Hollywood right now, and they keep their followers interested in some way or another through shows or controversies. Every Thursday, new episodes of The Kardashians are available on Hulu. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.

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