Keeping Up With the Kardashians
kicked off season 12 on Sunday, and took viewers back to The Forum in Inglewood, California for the debut of Kanye West's "Famous" music video in June.
For the first time, fans got to see how the Kardashians initially reacted to the controversial video, and it wasn't too surprising that Kris Jenner didn't love it.
However, it seems the topless likeness of Caitlyn Jenner was the real cause of Kris' anger, as Caitlyn’s appearance in the video was kept secret from all the Kardashian-Jenner family members, except for Kim. Caitlyn and Kim were also the only two featured celebs that Kanye notified before releasing the video featuring their likenesses.
"I was speechless watching it because I didn't know what I was going to be looking at," Kris said of the graphic video. "To see that up on the screen that big was kind of crazy."
Kris also voiced displeasure at Kim's close relationship with Caitlyn, and told daughter Khloe Kardashian that she was "so pissed" that Kim styled Caitlyn for her appearance at the 2016 ESPY Awards.
Kris raged out at her daughter over the phone, screaming, "Kim, you are a f**king traitor!... You're not going to f**king play this game anymore!"
"I just exploded because I finally was feeling what I needed to feel for so many years," explained Kris, who told Kim that she "expects loyalty" and that she had been "feeling abandoned."
Kim made up for it by taking her mom on a Pretty Woman-inspired champagne lunch date in the same Beverly Wilshire Hotel suite the iconic movie was filmed in.
"I felt really bad about getting really angry at you, I really did -- it took me by surprise. Even my emotion surprised me," Kris apologized to Kim.
"I don't have anybody to talk to that's been through anything similar, you know?" she continued. "You guys can talk to your girlfriends. As a wife who was with somebody for all that time, that's a lot of memories and a lot of years and a lot of Christmas Eves, and a lot of Father's Days and Mother's Days and Easters. I don't really think about it day-to-day, but for some reason that hit me, I guess, just the wrong way."
Speaking in a solo interview with the KUWTK cameras, Kris admitted that the last few years have "been challenging."
"I've always wanted to be there for my kids and have kind of pushed my feelings down below the surface so that I don't have to feel anything," Kris explained. "I think that sometimes you have to feel what's going on inside and I just exploded because I was finally feeling what I needed to feel for so many years and it just all came out in one moment."