AceShowbiz - The Kardashian-Jenner family is spilling the tea in part one of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" reunion special. Hosted by Andy Cohen on Thursday, June 17, the special episode saw Kris Jenner addressing the "devilish mastermind" label that people have been putting on her.
"No," she responded, explaining, "I think a manager is definitely somebody who organizes all the chaos and tries to come up with some great ideas and work together and collab with the kids." Her daughters Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian also defended the momager, denying that their mom ever leaked stories to the press or manufactured drama for her own sake.
"It bugs me when they say, like, if something really tragic happened or something really sad and they're like, 'You know Kris Jenner was behind this.' Like that stuff just is, like, who would do that? We're such a close family. It's all love," the SKIMS founder shared. "I don't even know half the stories that come out, let alone know who I would even call," Kris added.
Later, Andy asked Kris which daughter of hers who is the hardest to manage. To that question, Kris replied that it's actually her eldest daughter Kourtney Kardashian. Not minding the label, Kourtney further explained, "I don't want to do things if it's not something I'm really into doing. My answer is no for most things and if it's gonna be yes, I want to know every detail of what I'm gonna be asked of."
During the episode, Kris also shared more insights into her family's tricky dynamics and how she didn't really feel guilty taking 10 percent of her daughters' earnings. "I work really hard," she argued. "And I think that I'm valuable to the deals that we do and the businesses that we create."
Showing support to her mom, Khloe Kardashian chimed in, "Our mom works so hard and no one, especially at the beginning, did believe in us the way that our mom did. She really just knew that we can do all these things and my mom is giving us our careers, or helping us navigate through that and it's only fair that she gets paid for that."