Kids can sometimes behave inexplicably. and it seems the Kardashian kids are no different. In a recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, a clip shows Kim and Kourtney getting candid about their daughters’ sometimes-aggressive behavior towards their caregivers.
“North tried to bite my nanny and said, ‘I don’t want a nanny anymore, you can go home,” said Kim.
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Kourtney admitted she’d been dealing with similar behavior with her daughter, Penelope. “[The nanny] was putting her in the car and Penelope scratched her face, but P can be out of control,” Kourtney said. “I think she blacks out and does these wild things.”
Finally, mom Kris Jenner stepped in, advising her daughters to “take care of this before it gets too far out of control.”
Kris’ boyfriend, Corey Gamble, was also present during the conversation and did not hesitate to share his opinion. “If P scratched me for no reason, I’m whipping her a—,” he said.
Scott Disick, who was also at the house at the time, was not impressed with Gamble’s parenting approach. “What the f— are you taking about? Stop it! Get the f— outta here!,” he responded.
“I would give her a spanking for sure,” Gamble replied.
Disick continued to press Gamble while growing increasingly angry.
“You are not going to beat my little daughter,” Disick shouts.
“He will never be with any of our kids alone,” adds Kourtney. “And if he does that in front of any of us, there will be a f***ing issue.”
A productive family argument if ever there were one!
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