From romantic dates to cocktails with cheeky names, Corey Gamble and Kris Jenner aren’t shy about sharing details of their relationship. But did they cross the line in the latest episode of Hulu’s “The Kardashians”? The Internet seems to think so.
The Kardashians: Not Everyone Wants to Know What Happens in the Maldives
In the episode that aired this week, the couple took us along on a date to the upscale Giorgio Baldi restaurant in Los Angeles. Kris, who’s been seeing Corey since 2014, reminisced about the “sex on the beach” cocktail. A harmless chat about a favorite drink quickly turned into an intimate revelation from Corey: “We did that… well, not at this beach but we did it in the Maldives.”
Oversharing? That’s what viewers on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, had to say. A slew of comments erupted, including “Don’t nobody wanna hear that nasty s**t” and “Kris and Corey make me so uncomfortable.”
The Kardashians: Crossing the Line or Just Being Authentic?
This isn’t the first time Corey Gamble’s been under fire for his behavior. Fans recently took to Reddit to discuss an awkward moment where he greeted Kris’ daughter, Kim Kardashian, in a manner that was perceived as “weird.”
The bigger question is: how much is too much information when it comes to reality TV? The Kardashians have built a multi-million-dollar empire by letting viewers into their lives. But as social media reactions indicate, there seems to be an unspoken limit to the authenticity audiences are willing to accept.
While Kris Jenner chuckled through another part of the episode, making a happy “no pun intended” quip about her relationship with Corey, fans were less forgiving. Even those who are here for every twist and turn of this famous family’s life have their boundaries.