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Khloe Kardshian Slams Momager Kris Jenner: ‘I Would NEVER Manage My Own Kids!’

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May 1 2013, Published 7:09 a.m. ET

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Don’t expect Khloe Kardashian to be a show business mom.

The 28-year-old reality TV star opens up in the June 2013 issue of Cosmopolitan UK about her relationship with her mother and manager Kris Jenner, admitting not only that she resented her for being the boss of their family empire and telling her to lose weight, but also that Kim is Kris’ favorite daughter – and has the details.

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“I’d never manage my kids,” Khloe told the British fashion magazine. “We gang up on Mom, and that has to be so hard. Now I’m getting older I feel sorry for her rather than resent her.”

Khloe, who has struggled openly with her weight for several years, admits that her mother has urged her to shape up at times, because she wasn’t good for the Kardashian brand!

“Once my mom told me I was gaining weight, but she was talking to me as a manager, like I was ruining a brand deal,” she explains.


And while most parents love their children equally, Khloe isn’t shy about sharing who Kris’ favorite daughter is.

“It’s hard to understand that, and it’s more hurtful when it’s coming from my mom, but Kim is definitely her favorite. It doesn’t bother me. They’re so similar – they could be the same person,” she states.

For more on Khloe Kardashian, pick up the June 2013 issue of Cosmopolitan UK on newsstands May 2nd (also available in digital edition), where the full interview appears.



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