Kim K banned from Brody’s birthday


Kim Kardashian was reportedly banned from attending Brody Jenner’s birthday party. The pair’s alleged feud began when Brody didn’t attend Kim’s wedding to Kanye West back in May. And now things are said to be so tense between Kim and her stepbrother that she wasn’t invited when he celebrated his 30th birthday with family members at the Beverly Hills Hotel Polo Lounge on Thursday.

'Publicly the two will say there is no feud, but that is all for keeping up the appearance of having a big extended family'

“Brody had a great time on the patio at the Polo Lounge on Thursday with family and friends,” a source told Radar Online.

“His girlfriend, Kaitlynn Carter, his dad Bruce, his mom Linda Thompson, brother Brandon, and of course younger sisters Kendall and Kylie were there. Kim, and his step-mom, Kris Jenner, were noticeably absent. Even his step-father, David Foster was also in attendance! But there was never any thought to even invite Kim. “

However, while it appears Brody and Kim are less than amicable in real life, they are said to be doing their best to remain civil for Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

“Publicly the two will say there is no feud, but that is all for keeping up the appearance of having a big extended family for the sake of the E! reality show,” the source added. “Brody never sees Kim except when they are filming, and the two aren’t even considered friends.”

And it wasn’t that Kim had a prior engagement to keep her away from the birthday lunch.

Earlier on Thursday, she attended a breakfast meeting with sister Khloé and their mother-and-manager Kris Jenner.

“Kim loves the Polo Lounge because it’s the one place she can go and not be photographed by paps,” the source added.

“She feels very safe at the hotel, and raves about the service from the valet staff, servers, and other staff members. Kim has often joked about wishing she could move into the hotel because she feels so at home there.”

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