AceShowbiz - Kylie Jenner has made it clear about what she didn't want her partner to do during sex. In a new Instagram Live, the Kylie Cosmetics founder revealed she couldn't bear being in an intimate moment with someone who let out a "weird accent."
On Friday, March 3, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star joined her best friend Stassie Karanikolaou in a "Would You Rather?" game. Responding to a fan asking her if she would "rather have your partner have a weird accent when having sex or be completely silent," she replied while giggling, "I would rather he be completely silent."
Kylie's answer prompted Stassie to express her disbelief, "Really?" In response, the 22-year-old TV personality exclaimed, "Absolutely! I could not handle the weird accent." She, however, was quick to offer an explanation by stating, "Unless he had a weird accent, like naturally. If he had an accent, fine."
"If he didn't have an accent and then when we're intimate, he starts talking in a weird accent … absolutely not," the ex-girlfriend of Travis Scott (II) went on. Her candid admission apparently amused Stassie who was not able to hide her laughter when she called the fan's question a "good one."
Intimate talk aside, Kylie also discussed about how she prepared her 2-year-old daughter Stormi for self-isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic. In an attempt to "keep her entertained," the mother of one admitted she has "bought her every single outdoor Troll you could imagine. She has bouncy houses out there. Water toys. She has been in the pool every day."
"I got a slip n slide but it's not here yet though. I got everything. She has been outside every day just living her best life," the younger sister of Kendall Jenner continued, noting that her only child with Travis "has no idea what is going on, it's amazing."
Kylie joined Stassie in the latter's Instagram Live show as a part of #DoYourPartChallenge. In partnership with DoorDash, every view the pair got for their Live show will translate into one meal for those in need during the COVID-19 crisis.