Khloe Kardashian’s Controversial Response to Kim’s “get Your F–King Ass Up” Statement

You must never betray your family.

From the preview for the October 13 episode of The Kardashians on Hulu, it seems that Khloe is living by this creed.

Kim Kardashian is seen recording the contentious Variety interview in which she tells aspiring businesswomen to “get your f—king ass up and work” in the sneak look. Khloe Kardashian says she doesn’t disagree with the message, despite the fact that the SKIMS founder has received a lot of criticism for her comment.

In an on-air confession, she says, “It’s the correct message, the wrong messenger.”

She continues to back up her sister’s claims by saying, “It won’t end until we end,” referring to the drama.

Khloe Kardashian's Controversial Response to Kim's "get Your F--King Ass Up" Statement

On March 28’s episode of Good Morning America, Kim addressed the comment herself, which had made headlines at the time. The businesswoman said, during her interview with Robin Roberts, that Roberts had “taken the remark out of context.”

“Well, that sentence that I said was without questions and conversation around it,” she remarked. In the end, “it turned into a sound bite with no background.”

She continued, “My whole tone and attitude shifted with the previous question that lead into that question about what counsel would you give to women,” explaining that the preceding question and idea were, “After 20 years in the business you’re famous for being famous.”

Khloe Kardashian's Controversial Response to Kim's "get Your F--King Ass Up" Statement

Kim Kardashian went on the offensive, saying that her comments were not “a broad remark towards women.” In any case, she did say she was sorry “if it was received that way.”

Contradicting Kim’s position, Variety reporter Elizabeth Wagmeister wrote on March 28 “The opposite of what she says is true.

As of now, I’ve watched the uncut footage. Exactly what advice would you give to women in business was asked of us. In fact, the query came after the one concerning fame for the sake of fame.”