Kris Jenner, momager to the stars, is incredible at using gossip to her own advantage. The woman took her daughter's sex tape and made it into a multi-million dollar business so can everyone, I don't know, give her some goddamn credit?! KJ is the original icon and super hustler who definitely knows how to get people talking. And in some cases, guessing. Seriously at that.
The world has been in a state of perpetual question marks since the reports that Kylie and Khloe are pregnant hit the public ear. Khloe and Kylie have yet to confirm their pregnancies but also have yet to deny them either. The two girls have been seen in heavy layers, dodging both paparazzi and questions about their pregnancies.
Kris and Kim both artfully dodged questions about Kylie and Khloe's pregnancies on Ellen Degeneres and James Cordon Live, but that didn't stop Kris from posting this revealing Instagram -after all, pictures do say a thousand words...
Kris said she grabbed flannel jammies for all her grandkids and yet...there are 9 bundles of pjs. NINE. Kris currently has 6 grandchildren: Mason, Penelope, North, Reign, Saint, and Dream. Kim's new baby makes 7 and if Khloe and Kylie are really pregnant? Grandbabies 8 and 9!! This is not a drill!! I need a statement Kris Jenner!!!!!
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