There was an entire episode in 2009 of Keeping Up with the Kardashians about whether or not Khloe Kardashian was adopted or not. It’s obvious that Khloe Kardashian looks a bit different from the clone-like Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian. But does being taller and not having the same dark hair mean you’re a black sheep?
Khloe Kardashian Not Really a Kardashian?
Scandal has hit the Kardashian family plenty of times. It’s hard to believe that even if Khloe was revealed not to be a Kardashian that it would rock the Kardashian name so much that they’d lose their power and appeal. In fact, if anything it’d probably only help them gain more press than they’re already getting.
Khloe Kardashian has taken to Twitter to respond to the allegations that she’s not her father’s daughter, and not a “real Kardashian.”
this one is really low… YOU ARE DISGUSTING! (yes you know who YOU are)
The audacity you have to mention my father’s name like this! Should be ashamed of urself! I let a lot of things slide but
The idea that Khloe has only one person in mind for who revealed this bit of info is quite unusual. Because anyone could make this up, and two people are being credited as sources to tar magazine. (Both Jan Ashley and Ellen Kardashian.) For Khloe to be singling one person out seems to put weight behind the claim, that someone personally knew that Khloe had a different father and wanted to out it. Do you think there is truth to this claim that she’s got different DNA than her sisters?
Even though this family has played the media before (Kim and Kris Humphries, ahem) Khloe has always been the one we trust most. It’s awful someone would put this out there about her. (Although, yes, she’s a reality TV star and that does mean the public has reason to feel they deserve to know so much about her.) Since she’s joked about this before, her extreme sensitivity and defensive attitude now makes us very curious about the truth. What do you believe? And is this fair game to talk about since she’s a reality TV personality?
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