Amy Schumer Clarifies SNL Jokes: “I Have Nothing But Love” for the Kardashians

Amy Schumer Clarifies Comments on Khloe Kardashian
Amy Schumer addressed a tweet from Khloe Kardashian on Monday, Oct. 12, after she poked fun at the Kardashian sister while hosting SNL  Phillip Massey/Getty Images; Gregg DeGuire/WireImage

Amy Schumer set the record straight about her Saturday Night Live jokes about Khloe Kardashian on Monday, Oct. 12, after the reality personality criticized the comedian on Twitter.

“We used to have Khloe,” the Inside Amy Schumer star joked on the Oct. 10 episode. “Khloe was ours, right? Whenever there’s a group of women, you identify with one of them, right? Khloe, she lost half her body weight. She lost a Kendall [Jenner], and we have nothing.”

The younger sister of Kim Kardashian was not amused by the jokes. The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star, 31, criticized the Trainwreck actress, 34, on Twitter on Sunday, Oct. 11.

“No need 2 tear down others just 2 make urself feel bigger,” Khloe tweeted. “It actually makes you quite small. I’m on a healthy journey. I don’t care 4 the hate.”

In response, Schumer took to Twitter on Monday to address the former X Factor co-host’s tweet.

“Nothing but love for that family,” Schumer tweeted, along with a photo of her niece. “I like idea of sending women the message to be happy in their own skin #peace.”

As of Tuesday afternoon, Khloe had not directly addressed Schumer’s tweet. The reality personality has recently been on a fitness kick, losing 35 pounds and documenting her exercise sessions and weight loss in pictures and on social media.

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