Kris Jenner defends Kendall's 25th birthday party in Covid and claims 'we're living our lives the best way we know how'

KRIS Jenner has defended her daughter Kendall's 25th birthday party after Kardashian fans were outraged by the huge gathering.

Despite calls for no posting on social media, her sister Kylie shared videos from the bash and it revealed that the Kardashian forgot to enforce calls for face masks and most guests ditched them.


But mom Kris has now defended their actions, insisting that they are being "responsible" and are "lucky" enoughto get tested regularly for the coronavirus.

"We live our lives trying to be good people. and there are people out there… we're dealing with lots of people who have different opinions, and all we can do is live our lives the best way we know how, and be responsible, and do the right thing," Kris told Andy Cohen on his podcast.

"We're doing that exactly, and I think that I am very senstive to what's going on, believe me."

The momager added: "I have tried so hard – we are lucky to work in an industry where we get tested once or twice a week, because of network rules, as you know, so that's very strict.


"Then whenever we have a gathering – no matter how big or small, five or 25, or 20 like at Kendall's – everyone was tested before they walked in the door.

"They waited half an hour before results were in and they were also tested a few days before, so we're repsonsible and make sure everyone in our family and friends is tested religiously."

Kris also claimed that they are "trying to follow the rules", but that if "people are commenting or being critical I can't control that."

Kendall will turn 25 on November 3 but hosted a Halloween-themed birthday party the weekend prior.




After a video surfaced of Kendall blowing out her candles while rocking a Pamela Anderson outfit, fans were horrified that she had no consideration for the waiter holding on to the cake as Covid cases continue to rise in the United States.

Many took to social media to express their disgust and slam the Kardashians – who also received backlash after Kim's 40th birthday trip to a private island with over 30 friends and family members.

One fan wrote: "Ok Kendall Jenner blowing out candles as a masked waiter holds her cake and tries to move out of the way was actually the scariest thing I saw on Halloween."

Another shared: "Blowing on a cake during a pandemic as the waiter holds it.

"How are they so clueless? That's not even the right word. But STILL."

Also present at the party were couple Justin and Hailey Bieber, who dressed up as a pin-up nurse and a cowboy, Kylie Jenner, who shocked fans as she dressed up as a king cobra, and The Weeknd, who was the perfect ProfessoNutty.

Jaden Smith made an appearance as he wore an all-black ensemble with an oxygen mask attached to his face.

Kendall's sister Kim was also invited and she wore a red head-to-toe leather outfit – perfect for social distancing.

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