The Kardashian family may be going through a nasty trial, but that’s not stopping them all from living their lives. In fact, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson just made a trip to DC. Looks like they’re having fun!
The whole family being on trial won’t stop Kim Kardashian! She and Pete Davidson flew to Washington D.C. for the 23rd annual Mark Twain Humor Awards, according to The Sun. Apparently several celebrities gathered at the Kennedy Center to watch comedian Jon Stewart being honoured.
Naturally, the couple went under the radar by taking Kim Kardashian’s private jet, so no one knew they were leaving. It’s not unusual for them to fly in a private plane, but it seems they may be trying to further conceal it now that Kim Kardashian is on trial with her family.
They haven’t actually posted any updates on their whereabouts either, so it’s clear they’re not trying to locate themselves. It is not known how long they will be there. One thing is for sure, though – they’re getting pretty serious.
The Kardashians are currently in the middle of a pretty nasty lawsuit with none other than Blac Chyna. Of course, the drama seems to have been going on with her for years – which it has. She and Rob Kardashian divorced in 2017, so the drama has really been going on for several years. All this despite the fact that they actually have a daughter Dream Kardashian together. It’s clear they’re not putting their squabbles over her on the back burner.
This time, the drama isn’t just about Rob and Chyna. Instead, it comes down to the whole family. Chyna thinks that her and Rob’s joint show (Rob and Chyna) was cancelled because of a smear against her. She believes that the Kardashians said bad things about her and that’s why the show was cancelled.
At the same time, the other side believes it was cancelled because Rob and Chyna actually broke up during filming. The trial has been going on for some time and has brought up a lot of past issues. When Kris Jenner took the stand, she actually revealed that Chyna had threatened to kill Kylie in the past.