AceShowbiz - Something new about the Kardashians is seemingly coming! In the Sunday, November 17 episode of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians", Khloe Kardashian appeared to tease an upcoming spin-off series featuring her and her daughter True Thompson.
The Good American Jeans founder could be seen attending a production meeting that was believed to be a meeting for the project. Although the details about the rumored spin-off are still scant, the camera did pan to a shot of a presentation that included a photo of Khloé and her 19-month-old daughter, whom she shares with ex Tristan Thompson.
The photo appeared to further hint at the potential title for the show as viewers could see "Khloe and True Take the World" written on the photo.
In addition to that, the episode featured Kim Kardashian dealing with backlash over the name of her shapewear brand, Kimono. "There was a lot of people that could've chimed in and said, 'This is an inappropriate brand name,' but no one chimed in," the cosmetic mogul explained after receiving criticism online.
"We would lose, like, 10 million dollars," she told Scott Disick, adding that the shapewear brand name, Kimono, had already been printed on a large stock of inventory. Kim failed to understand what was so offensive about the name, but then she came to an understanding after she received a letter from the mayor of Kyoto.
"Reading that letter, I felt an understanding. I definitely did not want to disrespect a culture," she admitted, "I just feel kind of dumb." She then changed the brand name from Kimono to Skims.
Also in the episode, Kim was involved in an argument with sister Kourtney Kardashian over a Candyland-themed birthday party for their kids. Kourtney wanted North and Penelope's joint bash to be filled with healthy food. Meanwhile, Kim thought it would be impossible since it was a Candyland-theme party. With the help of Khloe, the two finally could reach an agreement.