For much of her time in the spotlight, Kim Kardashian hasn't exactly been well-known for keeping her lips zipped about any particular form of subject matter, but that changed last year after the reality TV star was robbed in Paris. Since then, Kardashian has been (slightly) more guarded about certain subjects on social media and in interviews, and she'd somehow never really talked too much about the mass blowback her sister Kendall Jenner received for that wildly ill-conceived Pepsi commercial that debuted (and soon got pulled) last month. But now she has, and here's how she reacted to it all.
I didn't see it until it had already gotten the attention, so you obviously have a different perspective when everyone's just saying something. I think I was traveling and I landed and I just saw all this stuff come up. I think any time someone does anything, they don't have bad intentions---especially Kendall, who's so sensitive. She would never mean for anyone to perceive anything in a negative way.
Unsurprisingly, Kim Kardashian continued to defend her sister for teaming with Pepsi for the ad that proffered soft drinks as the peace treaty America needs right now. Sisters gotta do it for themselves, after all, and this family's core unit is going to stick together until the end of time, regardless of any in-fighting. It would have been ridiculously surprising if Kardashian chose to throw caution to the wind by slamming Pepsi and Jenner for the ad for her recent appearance on the Bravo talk show Watch What Happens Live. Well, had that happened, it likely would have been a skit that host Andy Cohen had requested in order to temporarily blow viewers' minds.
It must have been an interesting experience for Kim Kardashian to have likely known about the Pepsi ad getting made, knowing that everyone was pumped about its debut, and then arriving somewhere to witness the massively widespread criticisms that were near-instantaneously launched at the commercial from all over the place. And it's understandable that Kardashian would bring up the lack of malice or intentional offense on Jenner's part, since no one in that family would seemingly want to bring purposeful bad press upon themselves in such a way.
Now, when are we going to get a LEGO version of Kim Kardashian's answer on Watch What Happens Live? Probably never, but you can watch the clip from the episode below, in which you'll notice her odd pausing really does make it sound like she's saying that no one has bad intentions when they do anything.
Be sure to catch up with all the wild stories that Andy Cohen gets from celebs when Watch What Happens Live airs weeknights on Bravo. To see what new and returning shows are hitting the airwaves later this year, check out our summer TV schedule.