Khloe Kardashian Trashes 'Rob & Chyna' in New Interview

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Dang, Khloe, how do you really feel? On her recent appearance on The Late Late Show, Khloe Kardashian revealed her true feelings about Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna's reality show. It's safe to say Khloe isn't a fan of Rob & Chyna. 


During her appearance on Wednesday night, host James Corden had Khloe play Spill Your Guts or Fill Your Guts, a game where guests can either answer a personal question about themselves or their family, or eat something nasty. (Past "food" options have included chicken feet, a 1,000-year-old egg, a fish eye, bird saliva, a scarab beetle, cod sperm, and a sardine smoothie.) During the round, Corden asked Khloe what her least favorite show on E! was, including the options of Sex With Brody, I Am Cait, and Rob & Chyna. "I didn't even know Sex With Brody was a show. So I guess let's say Sex With Brody," Khloe initially said. But then she quickly added, "I mean, and Rob & Chyna. I'll say two." Burn!

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Historically speaking, the Kardashians typically don't bash one another or their business endeavors, so it is a bit of a surprise to hear Khloe make such a confession. But at the same time, she was playing a game where she had to bash someone. Wonder what Rob and Chyna think of KoKo's answer. This is definitely a case of damned if you do, damned if you don't. 

It's doubtful that Rob or Chyna would normally harbor any ill feelings toward Khloe over this, but things are supposedly tumultuous between the Kardashian girls and Chyna ever since she started trying to trademark their name. So this may have only added a little fuel to the fire. 

Ironically, during the same game, Khloe was also asked if she thought O.J. Simpson killed Nicole Brown Simpson -- and she opted for eating a fish eye instead. So who knows? Maybe she should have pleaded the fifth with the Rob & Chyna question also.

Because, as we all know, sometimes eating an eyeball can solve all of a family's problems. 

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