Kris Jenner: Kim’s sex fasten was ‘one of a many horrific things we went through’

On O.J. Simpson: “After that initial startle of, ‘What’s going on,’ we only felt like we knew, probably, what had happened,” Jenner says, apparently alluding to her faith that O.J. had killed Nicole

On Kim’s sex tape: Jenner calls that time “devastating” and “one of a many horrific things that we, as a family, went through,” and says she finds “offensive” any idea that she and/or Kim conspired to make a video open as partial of an bid to attract publicity. “Of march it’s nonsense,” she says. “You know, haters are gonna hate. People are gonna come adult with a many absurd things.”

Jenner says that she has schooled to rise thicker skin: “I’m a lot softer than we would imagine,” she volunteers, elaborating: “It stings infrequently when somebody says, ‘You’re so fat,’ or ‘You’re too aged to be on amicable media,’ or ‘You demeanour awful in that outfit’ — like, such silly, foolish things. You’re going, ‘Really?’ I’ll call adult Kim and go, ‘Do we demeanour that bad in that picture? Do we demeanour fat?’ But we consider a many hurtful thing is when people will say, ‘Oh, you’re only handling your kids — you’re removing income from your children’ or your family or whatever. I’m thinking, ‘Well, ruin yeah! we mean, I’m perplexing to emanate a business here, and nobody has their best seductiveness like we do. We all adore operative together and we adore a situation. Why don’t we go worry about your possess conditions and go get a pursuit yourself?’”

On bullies: “There’s unequivocally a lot of bullies out there,…The internet is a crazy place. There’s a lot of unequivocally miserable, unhappy, terrified, angry, bitter, nasty people out there that don’t have jobs or are destroyed or vexed and sad, and they can be a big, fat, critical brag by going online and typing a unequivocally nauseous matter to someone else that they’ve never even met before, that has feelings and a heart. And we thought, ‘Wow, what happened to only we know, ‘give assent a chance’? What happened to a ’60s?!’” She notes, with a chuckle, “I’m from a opposite era — I’m, like, vintage.”