Kris Jenner Addresses Alleged Kanye West Assault, Says She Has Google Alerts for Her Kids
Even Kris Jenner has a hard time Keeping Up With the Kardashians. In an interview with Australia's 2DayFM on Tuesday, Jan. 14, the Kardashian-Jenner family matriarch confessed to having Google alerts set up for each of her six children so she can stay up-to-date on what they're doing and where they are.
"I do have Google alerts," the 58-year-old star admitted. "Sometimes that's how I keep track of these kids, because they're everywhere. And if I don't have my little Google alert every morning, how am I going to keep up with these Kardashians?"
In fact, Jenner told 2DayFM that she heard about Kanye West's alleged Jan. 13 assault secondhand. Asked about the incident on air, she said she had yet to talk with either the rapper, 36, or Kim, 33, and was therefore a little out of the loop.
"I do know that how it started was that this person got really...a lot of racial, hateful, horrible things that he was saying," she began. "And I think that's where it started. I'm not quite sure how it ended, to be honest with you."
"I got wind of this last night because I had been out of town," she explained. "And I've literally been doing some press all day today and have not been home. So I haven't talked to anybody to give you a better update. But I think that what happened was that somebody got really out of line. Very hateful person."
As previously reported, Kim Kardashian's fiance was allegedly involved in an altercation with an 18-year-old man who reportedly shouted derogatory, racist remarks at nearby paparazzi before redirecting the slurs at Kim herself. Reports claim West followed the man into a chiropractor's office and punched him in the arm.