Feb 07, 2014 01:30 PM EST | Jonathan Lambert (email@example.com)
Rumors are always flying when it comes to the divorce of Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian. In recent weeks, a number of articles have suggested that Khloe could be dating a number of different suitors, with some tabloids suggesting that the reality star is pregnant. Shortly after this latest wave of rumors, Kylie Jenner blamed her sister for being sent to the hospital, following a trampoline mishap.
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Tuesday, February 4, will be a day that lives in infamy. That's the date that Kylie Jenner was rushed to the hospital after what appears to be a minor injury.
As all things Kardashian/Jenner, news broke via the girls' social media accounts. Kylie was the first to alert the world, posting a photo on Instagram, with the text:
"In the hospital thanks to @khloekardashian. (Look at her page for the reason why) my mom said 'never thought I would take u to the doctor for a trampoline accident at this age.' This means war Khloe. Ps. It was painful taking this photo."
Not so fast, Kylie. Khloe offered up photo evidence of what appeared to be the injury-causing fall, along with the text:
"Kylie this is proof you did it to yourself! Sorry not sorry! Just kidding I am sorry my little bug a boo!! Let the war continue!!!!"
One thing that Khloe is likely not sorry about is the decision to forego having children with Lamar Odom. It was sister Kim that revealed that insanely private element of Khloe's personal life, while she appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live:
"For so long everyone in our family was feeling so sad for Khloe, thinking that she wasn't getting pregnant and everyone around her was. And the whole time she wasn't trying [to get pregnant]. She wasn't showing up to these doctor appointments behind our backs on purpose, and she just knew it wasn't right [to get pregnant at that time]."
No matter what the reason, she's probably considering herself pretty lucky. Hang in their gals!
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