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Khloe Kardashian fires back after Jimmy Kimmel interview

Published 05/11/2016

Khloe Kardashian
Khloe Kardashian

The reality star took to social media on Friday (04Nov16) after her appearance on the late night chat show garnered criticism.

A furious Khloe Kardashian launched into a foul-mouthed rant on social media following her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel's show.

The reality star sat down with the TV host on Thursday (03Nov16), discussing subjects such as her little sister Kendall Jenner recently turning 21, and her budding romance with basketball player Tristan Thompson.

However, the 32-year-old took to Twitter on Friday (04Nov16) with a series of tweets aimed at those who apparently criticised her following the interview.

"This is why I f***ing hate interviews," she wrote. "You people twist my words around! Don't start f***ing drama! Reaching really hard!"

"I try to be nice but frankly you just irritate the f**k out of me and I would rather be anti social," Khloe later added.

Some media outlets are reporting the reality star was criticised after she told Kimmel a story about Kendall receiving a brand new car for a 21st birthday present.

"We go outside and there's a Rolls Royce and this man standing there and I was like, 'Who's the gift? The guy or the car?'" she joked on Thursday's show. "And then this guy hands a pair of keys to Kendall, and I'm like, 'Do we even know who this guy is? Is he a prince? Is this a joke?'"

"I think on my 21st I got dinner and a purse or something," Khloe added.

The star confessed to Kimmel her sister Kendall had had a few drinks, and subsequently forgot she was given a hugely expensive car. "That's how drunk she was! She didn't remember she got a car!" Khloe laughed.

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