In the world of the Kardashian/Jenner family, we can only imagine how much fun it would be to raid their combined wardrobes for an impromptu Friday night outfit, but as Kendall Jenner revealed over the weekend, one of the celeb sisterly clan DOESN’T like to share.
In a recent interview with People Style, Kendall admitted that a certain little sister isn’t as quick to loan out her threads as other members of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians family…
‘We’re all super-generous, minus Kylie,’ she explained. ‘Kylie and I always fight over clothes. It’s, like, a problem. But it’s because we grew up together and we just grew up fighting over clothes.’
Oh Kylie Jenner. Why can’t you play nice like the other girls? But reading this, are you really surprised?
It’s known that the two younger reality star sisters are partial to exchanging some heated words, and more often than not these little tantrums are about clothes.
Remember when it was revealed during an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians (aired last November) that Kendall and Kylie had actually had a screaming row before the ESPY Awards last summer, all because Kendall had wanted to borrow a dress of Kylie’s and the little madam was having NONE of it.
Kylie, who was 17 at the time, is pictured in the episode storming around the house, apparently not happy that Kendall might be rifling through her closet:
'Is Kendall ready? She's not taking any of my clothes, right?'
An assistant replies that Kendall is upstairs trying on a ‘brown random dress’. This sends Kylie into a bit of a rage:
'She can't wear that. That's one of my favorite brown dresses,' she says defiantly.
When Kendall starts to object, the tiff gets really animated with choice words being thrown about between the two. Kylie though ends the discussion (like a boss) with a definitive one-liner:
'You know it is not necessary to borrow my s***.’
Kendall , as it turns out, didn’t wear the brown dress. Ouch.
The sisters of course rocked the red carpet in support of their father Caitlyn Jenner, who was being honoured with the Arthur Ashe Award For Courage at the ceremony, but no doubt some major sister shade was being thrown behind the scenes.
Ah sisters. Can’t live with them and you can’t live without them...