Kendall Jenner rejected the idea of a ‘Kardashian Curse’ during Sunday’s second part of the Keeping Up with the Kardashians: The Final Curtain reunion.
The 25-year-old model and reality TV star responded to host Andy Cohen after he brought up the idea that the women of the famous family have damaged the careers of the men they are romantically involved with.
NBA alum Lamar Odom and musical superstar Kanye West were among the most frequent examples cited amid their personal ups-and-downs, but Kendall insisted it was ‘offensive’ to make such claims.
“You guys have talked about this, it’s like the men have trouble after you.” Cohen said.
Kendall said she didn’t understand how she and her sisters could be blamed for their exes’ respective issues.
“What I don’t like about this narrative is that the blame is on us,” said the supermodel. “I think the men need to take that responsibility.”
Caitlyn and Kris Jenner’s oldest daughter described her family as “extremely giving, caring and loving woman,” a trait that is extended to their loved ones.
“And when there is a man in our life that we like, give everything to them, and as a family we love him so much,” Kendall said. “It’s almost offensive, personally.”
Kendall’s relatives stepped in to support her claims, as Kim downplayed any idea that Kanye West had struggled, saying that the Grammy-winning artist was “doing pretty well,” while Kylie noted that her beau, rapper Travis Scott, “is doing great”.
Mum Kris Jenner noted that amid their relationships, their partners achieved huge feats including two NBA championships (amid Khloe Kardashian’s relationship with former Los Angeles Laker Odom) and a Super Bowl (referring to Scott’s performance in 2019 at the big game).
“Of course, factually, that doesn’t match,” said Kendall.
Kourtney Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick was in attendance for the reunion, who said he doesn’t believe there is any curse associated with the famous family.