Forget about Kylie, Kim and Khloé's alleged intersecting pregnancies, and the ongoing Rob and Chyna developments, because the inter-Kardashian clan drama just got more real than ever — with Kim Kardashian sharing a war of words with her step-parent Caitlyn Jenner.
In the latest instalment of Kardashian-Jenner family shade, Kim called out Caitlyn for questioning the motives of their late father Robert Kardashian Sr., who famously defended O.J. Simpson in the 'trial of the century' that eventually saw O.J. declared as not guilty. Caitlyn stated in her book that Robert "told [her] in secret after the O.J. murder trial that he believed his friend was guilty", a rumour that was immediately shut down by Kim, Khloé and Kourtney.
Kim's rant, which is featured on an upcoming episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, sees the 36-year-old let loose on her estranged step-parent, calling her a "liar" and "not a good person".
This isn't the first time the family have shared their less-than-favourable opinions on Caitlyn as of late, with most of the drama swirling around the release of Caitlyn's memoir, The Secrets Of My Life.
In the past, Caitlyn has called out ex-wife Kris Jenner for allegedly withholding her money during their marriage, and she even alluded to the fact that Kris is a 'piece of shit' during an interview with author Buzz Bissinger on Late Night with Seth Meyers in April.
Caitlyn's disapproving attitude towards her family members is apparently burning bridges, with In Touch Weekly reporting that Kris went 'ballistic' after reading the explosive book. It also follows further reports that Kim and Caitlyn no longer speak, which Kim even confirmed on our very own The Today Show.
Who knows where this will all lead, but we're low-key hoping that Caitlyn makes an appearance later in the season and hashes it out with the sisters. Nobody likes family drama, even if it's stemming from a family where the drama seemingly comes in SPADES. And, maybe Caitlyn can talk about accidentally revealing Kylie's pregnancy then, too.