Khloe Kardashian slams Kourtney for refusing to film private love life on KUWTK
Keeping Up With the Kardashians famously shares the intimate details of the lives of the Kardashian family, with relationships, pregnancies, and family drama at the forefront of the show.
In their reunion episode with host Andy Cohen, Khloe Kardashian was questioned on whether she felt she had carried the show towards the later series.
She said: "I mean, there has been times that I think maybe because of what I was going through.
"You could also say that Kourtney [Kardashian] and Scott [Disick] at the beginning so much was about them, but maybe there wasn't as much going on in other people's lives.
"Sometimes, Kim [Kardashian] and I have had this conversation really openly, that we feel like we give so much and maybe others aren't holding up their end of the deal too."
Khloe said that it was "unfair" if others are going through something and choosing not to share it.
When asked for an example, Khloe turned to Kourtney.
The 36-year-old said: "Well like Kourt, but I think Kourt learned from how much the public was in her relationship with Scott it made her not want to share future dating relationships.
"We're not even allowed to talk about it. We're not saying put him on, but Kourtney won't even let us mention him, even though there were paparazzi photos."
Khloe went on to say that it was frustrating that they couldn't talk about what Kourtney was doing.
Although Kourtney chose to keep her romance away from the TV screen, she has been very open about her relationship with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker.
The pair share PDA-filled posts on Instagram to Kourtney's 127million followers, with the snaps regularly racking up millions of likes and thousands of comments.
Part one of the reunion will be available on Hayu on Friday, June 18, with part two arriving on Monday, June 21.
The reunion will see the family get together to look back at their 15 years on-screen and see the sisters placed in the hot seat as they answer some tough questions.
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