The Kardashian/Jenner clans are known for their fakery, especially around the holidays! From Khloe Kardashian's lies about her pies to Caitlyn cozying up to the family she deceived, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars have been busted again and again.
Khloe Kardashian claimed she made a slew of tasty treats for her family on Thanksgiving in 2015. But her fakery was foiled after the REAL baker was revealed. "I am sooooo proud of myself lol can I say that??? I filmed on a tripod, in my kitchen a lot of me baking and prepping for today so I will have that up on my app soon!!! I love testing myself and seeing what I can accomplish and actually make successfully! Now let's pray it tastes as great as they look! This monkey bread is going to be so f**king bomb," she wrote on Instagram.
Khloe was busted on Thanksgiving when online sleuths revealed the picturesque pies were from the store Sweet Lady Jane in Los Angeles.
Khloe was a repeat offender https://radaronline.com/photos/lamar-odom-hospitalized-khloe-kardashian-family-secretly-filming-kuwtk-cedars-sinai/ that year. That year, her estranged husband, Lamar Odom, was in the hospital after his near-fatal overdose, and she posted on her website that she was having a "hospital Thanksgiving." However, she didn't appear at Cedars Sinai Medical Center until the following day.
Caitlyn Jenner's sweet Thanksgiving post with her daughters Kylie and Kendall Jenner in 2016 showed a loving family, but trouble was brewing beneath the surface. I Am Cait had been cancelled, and an insider told Radar the family was "finished with Caitlyn. They feel she has squeezed as much fame as she can riding their coattails. They are tired of keeping her relevant."
Kim Kardashian's husband Kanye West was rushed to the hospital three days before Thanksgiving in 2016 after he had a severe mental breakdown. She spent the morning in the hospital with her husband but spent the afternoon at sister Kylie Jenner's house, celebrating with the family without any mention of West's hospitalization.
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