Khloe Kardashian has seemingly shown support for Caitlyn Jenner’s political rival as she fights to be the next Governor of California.
The Kardashian-Jenner sisters have kept their thoughts to themselves as 71-year-old reality star Caitlyn makes her intentions known if she was to beat the incumbent Gavin Newsom in the state election.
The Keeping Up With The Kardashians stars have not shown any support for Caitlyn’s ambitions but Khloe has broken cover as the feud with her continues.
The 36-year-old KUWTK star retweeted a message from Newsom to her 29 million followers, as she helped him get his message out there.
The current Californian Governor had written: “Good morning California. It’s reopening day. We’ve administered over 40 million vaccines.
“Now… No more social distancing. No more capacity limits. No more colours or county tiers.
“And if you’re vaccinated – no more masks. It’s a good day.”
Khloe and Caitlyn originally fell out after her divorce from Kardashian momager, Kris Jenner, in 2015.
it was at this time that Caityln spoke out about transitioning and gave interviews about her split from Kris.
In an episode of KUWTK, Kris has said that she was “disappointed” with what Caitlyn had to say and Cait got annoyed that she was not supported by the sisters over her interviews.
Khloe explained: “I said, ‘You slaughtered my mother and you have the nerve to say, ‘What happened to family sticking together?’
“I said, ‘You jumped that ship as soon as you did Diane Sawyer and attacked my mum,’ and instead, [she] tells me to ‘get a life’ and to ‘shut up,’ and I’m like, ‘You shut up and you get a f***ing life.'”
This was in 2016 and Cait and Khloe have been pretty frosty since then, though Khloe has said this year that there is “no beef”, she just doesn’t speak to her.
Speaking on an episode of KUWTK last month, Khloe said: “I talk to [Caitlyn’s friend] Sophia [Hutchins] very seldom and Cait probably every blue moon.
“It’s just because we’re busy, it’s COVID. There’s no beef.”
In the confessional, Khloe added, “I feel like that whole dynamic has been through so much.
“It’s taken mom a really long time to get to where she is now emotionally.
“I don’t know if mom has any more to give. I don’t know if this is, like, triggering for her. Or, if she’s at the place where she’s just like, kumbaya, who cares.”
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