Kim Kardashian Shut Khloé And Kendall The Hell Down When They Said They Wanted To Buy Guns
"Owning guns has just never been my thing."
Kim Kardashian has been vocal about gun violence for several years now.
And in August last year she became involved with the Everytown organisation, meeting with the families of gun violence victims and showing the conversations on
Keeping Up With The Kardashians to raise awareness.
Her stance on guns is therefore pretty clear. So, when she walked in on Khloé and Kendall discussing buying guns for their personal safety, Kim was not here for the conversation.
preview clip from this weekend's Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim asked why they were looking into purchasing guns in the first place.
Khloé told her that Kendall wanted a means of protection after her home was burgled.
Khloe explained: "Kendall and I were talking, and she just feels really unsafe. She says she literally has a different stalker outside her house every few days. She's a single girl who lives alone. Someone's already broken into her home, and what if she was there?"
To which Kim had this response.
Khloé then said that she wanted to educate herself in case a situation arose in which she needed to operate a gun, bringing up Kim's "situation" – code for the Paris robbery – as an example.
She said: "I'd want to know about these things so I would be knowledgable about it so I could protect myself or handle the gun. Not to bring anything up, but in your situation with the gun, if you had access to it, would you have even known what to do? If the gun slipped or fell, in any circumstance, don't you just want to know how to use something?"
And Kim wasn't that impressed with that comment, either.
She elaborated: "I would not shoot...it was three against one or six or seven. There was no way I was going to shoot the gun. I'm not, like, Lara Croft. I couldn't have gotten away to get the gun."
Kim went on to say that she wouldn't be comfortable with her kids being in Khloé's home if she owned a gun.
She said: "I'm not comfortable with it. I wouldn't want my kids around it. I wouldn't want sleepovers going on here with my kids, knowing there's a gun. I personally don't feel comfortable with that. I just don't."
Kim then explained during her testimonial that she doesn't agree with owning guns in light of everything she's learned through communicating with the families of gun violence victims.
She explained: "I personally am not a fan of owning guns and having guns in the home, especially with everything we've learned. Owning guns has just never been my thing. And with kids in the house, I just don't think it's something that I'm comfortable with."
And then a montage was shown of some of the victims.
Looks like Kim isn't budging on this one.
You can watch the full clip
here. BuzzFeed Daily
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