The Kardashians have never seemed like a perfect family, but their relationships have been getting even weirder and more violent recently. No doubt, bringing up five celebrity daughters in an atmosphere of peace and love is a very difficult task, maybe even an impossible one. OK, we are not judging Kris Jenner’s upbringing methods, but something is obviously wrong between her second and third daughters, Kim and Khloe Kardashian. Two sisters are clearly at odds as the elder one effectively manipulates the younger. You wonder how that could happen to someone with the last name “Kardashian”? Quite easily, if your opponent is another Kardashian.
Kim Kardashian recently threatened her younger sister Khloe that Kylie Jenner, their 18-year-old sibling, would cover the Complex magazine if Khloe did not step up. Kim obviously referred to Khloe’s “ugly sister” complex, which arose after Kylie had called her the ugliest of her sisters. Looking at this remark and many other barely legal things Kylie Jenner has done recently, it almost seems like she has more issues that her elder sister. Nevertheless, Khloe felt hurt and decided not to let Kylie appear on the cover of the new Complex magazine.
We get to know all these details from Keeping Up With The Kardashians show. This family does not seem to crave privacy at all; in fact, they chose the opposite way—tell the public everything! So we found out that Kim and Khloe Kardashian siblings rivalry and fights over fame and fans are common in this family. Khloe did her best to “step up” and appear on the magazine cover instead of her younger sister, understanding that it would be a great boost for her career.
But Kim has a much smarter agenda than causing a little family discord. It is not that she is worried about Khloe’s career, it is her concern about her own popularity and being outshined by her 18-year-old sister. Everyone seems very jealous and even scared of Kylie’s recent surge of fame, so the Kardashians try to keep up with their new shining star. But will they be able to manage that?