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Kim Kardashian Pays Kanye West a Huge Compliment
Khloe Kardashian is all about giving tough love ... and not mincing words.
The 31-year-old reality star appeared on Snoop Dogg's web series, GGN, on Tuesday, and revealed that she warned her sister, Kim Kardashian West, prior to getting married to NBA star Kris Humphries. Kim and Kris split in October 2011 after just 72 days of marriage, and after their highly publicized wedding special aired on E! earlier that month.
"There's a ton of times that like, you know, I've told my sister the truth," Khloe told Snoop Dogg. "Like when she wanted to marry Kris Humphries, I was like, 'He's a fu**king loser. Why are you marrying this fu**king dog?'"
"But she didn't have to hear me, and that's OK," she added. "But the fact is I said what I had to say. And I'm not just gonna dumb myself down and act like this guy's not a f**king joke, when, for what?"
"So I said the truth, and you know, in hindsight, she was like, 'You were right,'" Khloe shared. "And I think that takes a bigger person to come back later and say, 'You know what, sister, you were right.'"
"He didn't treat Kim with respect," Khloe writes in her book. "He wasn't kind, and, unfortunately, he didn't get my point, which I guess is one of the many reasons he is an ex."
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star is, however, a big fan of Kim's current husband, Kanye West.
"I just love so many of his songs," Khloe tells Snoop Dogg. "They're dope. I always say, 'You're ahead of your time.' Even some of his speeches or rants, when people will be like, 'Oh, he's crazy,' I'm like, 'He's not crazy.' Like, it makes sense, just give it a minute, it really does."