Khloe Kardashian Reacts to Scott Disick Weeping on ‘KUWTK’: ‘I Hate People Who Play Victim’

Ouch. Khloé Kardashian reacted to Scott Disick weeping on the Sunday, January 3, episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and shared her unfiltered thoughts on Twitter.

As witnessed on the emotional episode, Disick, 32, sat down with the Kardashian family — including his ex Kourtney, Kim, Khloé and Kris Jenner — and formally apologized for his behavior. "I've never apologized to all of you for letting all of you down and embarrassing you guys," he said to the group, while fessing up to his addiction issues. He then candidly revealed, "If I didn't have those kids, I would kill myself."


Khloé, 31, got candid with her 17.9 million Twitter followers about the entire emotional scene, tweeting her reactions as it aired on both the east and west coasts. 

The star also retweeted fans' reactions. "If @khloekardashian was my sister, I'd totally have her talk to my ex for me! She's always standing up for her sis," one person wrote, while another noted: "@khloekardashian is not here for this convo with Scott! Yes to you KoKo!"

Though the moment came off as harsh, Khloé said it came from a good place. 

Though the outlook for Scott and Kourt's relationship seemed promising after the talk, the parents of Mason, 6, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 12 months, still have not reconciled after splitting last July. In fact, Disick spent his New Year's Eve promoting a party at 1OAK in Las Vegas, while the eldest Kardashian daughter spent time at home with the kids.


Kourt, 36, posted a photo of herself kissing their youngest son, Reign, on January 1, captioning it: "My New Year’s kiss…"

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