The 24-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashian star opened up about her hay habit after being outed by step sister Courtney Kardashian in a podcast.
Marijuana use is legal in California, where Kendall lives, and in one episode Sibling rivalry Along with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson, which was recorded in January, the model revealed a side of herself that had previously been kept private.
She was paired with 41-year-old Courtney and, in a round of answering rapid-fire questions, the question of weed came up.
Oliver asked: “If there was a rocker [in your family] who would it be?”
Kourtney immediately responded: “Kendall”
This was not something she disagreed with and Kendall admitted: “I am a stoner.
“Nobody knows, so this is the first time I’ve actually said anything there.”
The siblings were then asked who was the most “separated” of the family and they both agreed that their younger sister was Kylie Jenner.
Kourtney said: “Kylie is very non-jurist.”
Kendall did not elaborate on his drug use, but this is not the first time that a member of the Kardashian family has been under the influence of something illegal.
39-year-old Kim Kardashian has previously revealed that she was in ecstasy during two more decisive moments of her life.
Speaking during an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kim said that when he married music producer Damon Thomas in 2000 and the moment he made a sex tape with Ray J in 2003, he was under the influence of ecstasy.
He said at the time: “I was married to Bliss. For the first time. I blissed once and I got married. I did it again, I made a sex tape. Like, everything would be bad.”
During that episode of KUWTK, Scott Disick responded: “When you made that sex tape were you high in ecstasy?”
Kim confirmed: “Absolutely. Everyone knows it. Like, my jaw was shaking the whole time.”
Taking drugs did not become a normal part of Kim’s life, and a source told People that she “definitely doesn’t do drugs and hasn’t for years – and even then she was barely dabbling.”
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