Khloe Kardashian is drawing a line in the sand.
The July 6 episode of The Kardashians saw the Good American co-founder and Kim Kardashian reacting to the antisemitic tweets Kanye West posted last fall. During an emotional heart-to-heart, Khloe comforted her tearful sister, who was concerned she may have played a part in her ex-husband getting dropped by Adidas after publicly condemning his remarks.
"He had so many opportunities to retract what he said and he would double down all the time," Khloe said. "I think sometimes our silence speaks louder, and what you did was not wrong. What you did has nothing to do with what's happening right now."
"That's his demon," Kim retorted, to which Khloe replied, "Correct, those are his, and these are Kanye's things."
Khloe added, "I'm not on your level and I'm not going through what you're going through right now, but I can relate. It's OK that you're crying. It's OK that you have feelings."
In a confessional, Khloe said she's "heartbroken seeing Kim in so much pain."
"To me, watching Ye is like watching a car crash in slow motion and I feel terrible about everything," the 38-year-old said. "None of us share these antisemitic views. We think it's gravely irresponsible."
But while Kim has no regrets about speaking out against the hateful comments, she feels conflicted in being a part of the narrative.
"The whole situation is sad and I don't know how to emotionally manage it," the SKIMS mogul—who shares children North West, 10, Saint West, 7, Chicago West, 5, and Psalm West, 4, with Kanye—shared in her own confessional. "I don't ever want to jump in and be part of a downfall for the father of my kids."
"It sucks when someone doesn't see how different they are," the 42-year-old explained while holding back tears. "I'll do anything to get that person back."
New episodes of The Kardashians drop every Thursday on Hulu.