Kourtney Kardashian Slams Kylie Jenner As Having ‘Entitlement’ Issues In New Clip

Find Out Why Kylie Jenner & Kris Jenner Are Butting Heads Over the Kylie Cosmetics Office

Kylie Jenner is protective over her office space. "It's Kylie Cosmetics. How is she gonna hide this when my office is done, and you walk up, and the door is glass, my logo?"

On a phone call with Kourtney, Kris says that Kylie has "been so territorial" about her office space.

This is not the only time Kylie Jenner had a very tough day at work, where Kris Jenner recalls a time when the self-made billionaire kicked her out of their office while she was on an important call so she could do her work. When Khloe Kardashian asks Kylie which office she's talking about, her sister explains she just found the place and admits she pays "too much a month" for it, but of course has already "spent so much time making it ideal".

Kylie was upset that Kris showed off the office to her family before it was ready - and she parked in Kylie's parking space. They fought about parking space in their previous office space.

On the other hand, Kris is anxious about kylie's behavior.

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Khloe told Kylie: "We were there (Newport Beach, California) for some reason, I don't remember the whole thing".

Arguing that this was an overreaction: "I'm like, oh my goodness". The Revenge Body star recently sat down with her sister Kylie Jenner for a little Sister Q&A, which tied into the launch of their latest makeup collaboration.

That's when Kourtney slammed her own sister. Kourtney Kardashian agrees with her mother and added on "She has this, like, entitlement. It's her office", Khloe says, reminding her that "there's no f**king friends and loyalty in the game of being a billionaire".

Kris also mentioned that she helped her build the cosmetic empire, and therefore, she is expecting respect from her daughter.

Watch out for all new episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians this Sunday, 9 pm on E!

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