Kim Kardashian stopped by “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” on Sunday night to answer questions from the host and audience members and nothing was off limits.
When asked by a fan in the audience if it was awkward between Kendall and Kim after she notoriously exposed Kendall’s friend, Taylor Swift, on Snapchat last year, Kim said it wasn’t awkward because the two weren’t really friends.
“I don’t know if Kendall was a part of her squad, I don’t think she was,” she said honestly. “I don’t think it was awkward.”
When Cohen asked if she has spoken to Swift since the incident, Kim just shook her head.
Cohen also asked the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” how Kendall felt after the controversy surrounding her Pepsi commercial, which was yanked when viewers felt it was insensitive to the struggle of the Black Lives Matter movement. “She totally understood at the end of the day and felt really awful for it and just wants to move on from it,” she said.
Kim admitted she hadn’t seen the commercial before it was released, so she never had a proper opinion on it. “I didn’t see it until it had already got the attention and you obviously have a different perspective when everyone is just saying something,” Kim said.
“I think anytime someone does anything they don’t have bad intentions of doing it a certain way, especially as Kendall is so sensitive,” she continued.