Two years after Caitlyn Jenner announced plans to transition from male to female, the former Keeping Up With the Kardashians star admits that these days her relationship with stepdaughter Khloe Kardashian is chilly bordering on nonexistent.
During a chat with Andy Cohen on his Sirius XM talk show to promote her new book, The Secrets of My Life, Jenner reveals that while she’s spoken to Kim Kardashian recently, she’s not quite sure where she stands with Khloe.
“I don’t know,” Jenner says. “She doesn’t want to talk to me either. She hasn’t talked to me in about two years. That’s sad. I was very, very close to Khloe. I had 23 years of raising her. I met Khloe when she was five years old.”
“Does it hurt?” Cohen asks.
“That really ticked me off,” Jenner admits to Cohen, who asks, “If she says she is done with you, where do you go from here?”
“Well,” Jenner replies, “she called me up and told me that she never wants to speak with me again, so I haven’t called her back.”
Jenner also touched on daughter Kendall Jenner’s infamous Pepsi commercial, which was yanked by the soft-drink manufacturer shortly after its debut due to public backlash over the concept of using a faux protest to sell soda.
Jenner adds: “Kendall said, ‘I’m a model. They hired me to go do this.’ You know, I looked at the script and it seemed to look pretty cool to me… I think it was shot over in the Orient or something. Then it came out and, boy, all hell broke loose. I felt sorry for Kendall.”