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‘I Bought Her A F**king Career!’ Kim Kardashian Fumes Of Kendall Jenner In New ‘KUTWK’ Clip

Kim Kardashian Bought Kendall Career

Jan. 6 2015, Updated 1:28 p.m. ET

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Kim Kardashian, in the most blunt of terms, claims she’s the driving force -- and apparently, financial backer -- behind Kendall Jenner’s burgeoning modeling career, in a new promotional clip for Keeping Up with the Kardashians 10th season.

One soundbite from the clip, released Monday, sees Kim barking of Kendall, “I’m not buying her a f**king pair of shoes, I bought her a f**king career!”

Is that the case?

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While no one can deny that Kendall has greatly benefitted from her family’s fame, connections and marketing techniques, there’s no concrete link to prove that Kim has acted as a benefactor for her catwalk-crawling sibling -- in fact, Kendall went to the extent of asking Kim to stay away from her runway outings last fall during New York Fashion Week.

“Kim was invited to a lot of the shows that I was in,” she said. “She called me before and was like, ‘Hey, I was invited to the show, I just wanted to let you know. Do you want me to come?’ and I was like, ‘No.’”


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“I want to be high fashion; I want to be taken seriously.”

In a separate excerpt from the preview, Kim blushes when Khloe implies that she had a quickie with hubby Kanye West in a restroom during a photoshoot; and the family members gossip about Kris and Bruce Jenner’s post-split relationships.

Keeping Up with the Kardashians returns to E! this spring.



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