It's been a busy Monday morning for those following the drama in the Kardashian-Jenner family. A few hours ago, Blac Chyna set Twitter on fire when she posted a photo of herself looking very coupled up with a tattooed arm that we're pretty sure belongs to Rob Kardashian. This is of course big news since Blac's ex and baby's father Tyga is now booed up with Rob's sister Kylie Jenner (though perhaps not for long).
Then it looked like Khloé Kardashian was jumping to her little sister's defense by firing off a threatening tweet quoted from The Godfather as a not-so-subtle message aimed at Blac, or maybe even Rob:
Once her followers pointed out the shadiness of her message, though, Khloé quickly clarified that her comments had nothing to do with her brother or his rumored bae. "You guys know I have about 100 family members correct?" she wrote. "I was referring to a family member who just bailed out of doing my talk show today."
So, no shade to Blac Chyna, right? However, Khloe added, "but hey, maybe my quote can go towards a few people today. Now I know what all my family members are doing. Thanks Twitter lol."
But wait: the plot thickens. Meanwhile, on Amber Rose's timeline, somebody noticed that she started following ousted Kardashian significant other Scott Disick. When followers started questioning her motives, she wrote, "I'm not following anyone to be corny or start trouble that's not me. I'm simply a fan of his. 2016 is positive vibes."
It certainly looks like there are Game of Thrones-level alliances happening among the Kardashians and those who hate them, or this could just be a way for everyone involved to grab some headlines on a slow news day. Either way, we'll be keeping an eye out for more drama.
Speaking of grabbing headlines, Khloé did her part last week by spilling the tea on her estranged husband Lamar Odom's sex life. Watch what else she had to say about the recovering NBA player with BET Breaks below:
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