Kardashian-Jenner Family’s Biggest Falling Outs With Friends

first_img– Advertisement – After months of speculation, Kim confirmed in May 2017 that she no longer worked with the stylist, who was often featured in the background of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. The KKW Beauty mogul told Andy Cohen that she quietly stopped using Rose’s services because husband Kanye West wanted to give her a makeover.“I haven’t worked with her in maybe four years, so my reason is not connected to this. I will say that Kanye got me a new team and we kind of documented it. I think people think that’s the reason, and for me, maybe that is the reason,” Kim said on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen at time. “I just needed a new vibe. Why everyone else, you’re going to have to ask them, but for me, I wanted a new vibe. Kanye wanted to give me a makeover. But that wasn’t the reason my family … that was me years ago.”Kim went on to play coy about why her sisters stopped following Rose on social media.- Advertisement – “I definitely have never been fired in my entire life,” she told Us in July 2018. “And something personal happened to me that I wasn’t OK with and that’s what happened.”Not all of the Kardashian-Jenner family falling outs have been tied to their work, however. Taylor Swift, Woods and Pippen all had personal drama with different members of the group. In 2020, the Real Housewives of Miami alum blamed West for ending her decade-long friendship with Kim.“He talks so much about me being this and that and this and that. I just feel like Kanye was in a place where he really didn’t trust anyone with Kim,” Pippen claimed on the “Hollywood Raw” podcast in November 2020, alleging that the rapper “brainwashed” Kim and her sisters. “Maybe because I blocked him on my phone because I couldn’t bear taking his calls anymore. I can’t, I’m drained. So, I blocked him on my phone. Obviously, that really upset him,” she said. “So, he turned that into, ‘Oh, she’s this and she’s that.’ They all started to ride his wave. If you’re that easily swayed, like the wind, then do I really give a f—k? Should I give a f—k? I don’t know. Was I hurt by it? Yes. But at the same time, I’m like, I’ve done nothing. I’ve never done one thing. I’ve been the most honest and truthful best friend to all of them.”Scroll through for more details of the Kardashian-Jenner family feuds: The ghosts of the BFFs past. Jordyn Woods, Larsa Pippen, Joyce Bonelli and more former members of the Kardashian-Jenner family’s inner circle have spoken out about the end of their friendships with the famous family.Monica Rose was among one of the first people to make headlines for a falling out with Kris Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner.- Advertisement – “I just wanted the change … [but] that’s not the reason [I unfollowed her], so you’d have to ask Khloé, and Kendall and Kylie, and the girls,” she quipped.A year later, fans noticed another major change in the family’s glam squad. Makeup artist Bonelli was out too. Us Weekly broke the news in June 2018 that she wasn’t on speaking terms with her former clients. “The family doesn’t speak to her anymore. She hasn’t worked for them for months,” the source dished at the time.Bonelli, however, claimed she was the one who cut ties.- Advertisement –last_img read more

West Florida Volleyball Survives West Georgia in a Thrilling Five Game Match

first_img Oct. 19, 2007 Box Score  PENSACOLA, Fla. – The West Georgia Wolves came out swinging and took the first two games against the 24th ranked Argos, only to have UWF fight back and overcome 15 West Georgia blocks to pull out a thrilling victory. The Argos rallied from a 2-0 deficit, to remain unbeaten in GSC play with a 32-34, 23-30, 30-20, 32-30, 15-13 win. After being outplayed early on, the Argos received inspiring play from Louann Rusch (So. / Homestead, Fla.) and Kara Gonzalez (Fr. / St. Augustine, Fla.) to get the offense cranked up. In the end, the Argos needed 24 kills from Kimberly Clark (Jr. / St. Petersburg, Fla.) and 22 from Isabela Gualberto (Sr. / Brazil), to improve their season record to 25-3.The Argos led much of game one, and after a Jamie Nichols (Fr. / Crawfordville, Fla.) kill and a block by Danielle Spitzer (Sr. / Birmingham, Ala.) and Luciana Rapach (Jr. / Brazil), West Florida had a 29-27 lead, but Caroline Schoeneck answered with two big kills facing game point to even things up. The two teams then traded kills from Rapach, Andressa Martins (UWG), Clark, and Amber Barnlund (UWG), until Shoeneck put the Wolves up by one. Then the Argos ended the first game with a hitting error, to allow West Georgia to escape with a 34-32 game one win. The second game was pretty much all West Georgia, as they recorded 6 blocks in game two alone. The West Florida offense had no answer for the net play of the wolves in the second game. West Georgia’s front line of Barnlund and Jordan McDonald repeatedly stuffed the Argos big hitters at the net.However, down two games to none, Kara Gonzalez jumped started the Argos offense with three early kills in game three to slowly shift the momentum to West Florida. Gualberto and Clark benefitted from the momentum shift, and did the damage down the stretch in the 30-20 game three win. Game four was very close throughout, and a sensational point that featured great defensive plays from Louann Rusch (UWF) and Micque Parker (UWG) finally ended with a monster block by Kara Gonzalez and Kimberly Clark, to put UWF up 29-27. However, Martins answered twice for West Georgia to tie up game four, and then a Clark kill followed by a West Georgia error gave the Argos game four by a 32-30 score.Game five was back and forth, until Rusch had a kill to put the Argos up 11-9. However, West Georgia roared back with two kills from Martins to tie it up. Then a phenomenal scramble by Kimberly Clark and Jerica Carter to save a point put the Argos back up by one. Martins answered back with consecutive kills to put West Georgia up 13-12, but Clark evened things back up with a kill. Following a West Georgia error, Gualberto ended the two and a half hour match with a service ace.Setter Madeline Gonzalez (Jr. / Puerto Rico) paced the Argos with 63 assists, while Clark, Rusch and Carter combined for 56 digs to counter the West Georgia attack. Meanwhile, Kara Gonzalez was the sparkplug in games three and four, and she ended the night with the most efficient attack numbers with seven kills in only 16 attempts. The win moves the Argos to 8-0 in the Gulf South Conference, and drops the Wolves to 4-4 in the conference and 22-9 overall. West Georgia setter Micque Parker had an impressive evening with 53 assists, 16 digs, 5 kills, and 5 blocks.West Florida will host Eckerd College on Sunday, in a 2:00 game that is part of a fundraising event for Breast Cancer Awareness. West Florida Head Coach Melissa Wolter was diagnosed with Breast Cancer a little over a year ago, and has had a successful battle to overcome the disease. She is active with the Pensacola Chapter of the Breast Cancer Association. The West Florida Athletic Department and the Sports Management Club present “Pack it Pink” for Sunday’s Volleyball match between UWF and Eckerd College. Print Friendly Version Share West Florida Volleyball Survives West Georgia in a Thrilling Five Game Matchlast_img read more

HARPS HOPING TO END FIRST SERIES OF GAMES ON HIGH NOTE

first_imgFinn Harps bring to an end their first series of games in this season’s First Division on Friday night when they make the trip to Galway to take on Mervue United.And supporters of the boys in blue will be hoping that, at the eleventh attempt, Harps can record their first victory of the season.It’s been a more than disappointing season so far for the club, who have only three home draws to show from their nine league games so far in 2011. And Friday night’s opponents, Mervue United, have already knocked Harps out of the EA Sports League Cup – recording a 1-0 extra-time victory – back in March.by Joe Doherty“Last week we got our eyes opened to the enormity of the task at hand,” said Harps Manager Peter Hutton as he reflected on the 1-0 home defeat to Wexford Youths.“You can see why we are where we are in the table at the moment. We have a tough job in hand and people need to manage the expectations of what to expect in the immediate future. “We have a very young squad, a very inexperienced squad and one this is not helped when missing some of the more experienced players like Conor O’Grady and even Gareth Harkin.”On tomorrow’s game in Fahy’s Field, Hutton feels that a win could do wonders for his young side.“We are hoping for a positive result and a good performance. We need to cut out the silly mistakes and hope that the players take on board what we ask them to do. If things go wrong during the game, we need the players to react in the right way and move on. A win would certainly help us, and would help bring confidence back to the squad.”Harps will have to plan again without the injured duo of Conor O’Grady and Gareth Harkin, who Huttons feels are both a week or two away from been back in contention.“Ciaran Coll is a definite absentee as he hasn’t been able to train this week due to tonsillitis,” explained the new Manager. “Added to that, Packie Mailey is a doubt with a foot injury and Gary Whoriskey picked up a knock to his knee in training last night.”Suspended: None.Doubtful: Packie Mailey (foot), Gary Whoriskey (knee).Injured: Conor O’Grady, Gareth Harkin, Ciaran Coll. Form Guide (last six league games)Finn Harps: D-L-L-L-L-L (1 pt)Mervue United: L-W-L-L-W-L (6 pts)Recent games away to Mervue United20-Mar-09 – Drew 1-1 (First Division)11-Sep-09 – Won 1-0 (First Division)07-Aug-10 – Won 3-1 (First Division)28-Mar-11 – Lost 0-1 (League Cup)Finn Harps Goalscorers 2011Kevin McHugh – 3Marc Brolly – 1Gareth Harkin – 1Finn Harps Results 2011 (Harps goalscorer in brackets)5th May 2011 – FD – Finn Harps 0-1 Wexford Youths29th April 2011 – FD – Shelbourne 1-0 Finn Harps22nd April 2011 – FD – Finn Harps 1-2 Longford Town (Brolly)19th April 2011 – FD – Athlone Town 1-0 Finn Harps15th April 2011 – FD – Cork City 5-0 Finn Harps8th April 2011 – FD – Finn Harps 0-0 Salthill Devon28th March 2011 – EA – Mervue United 1-0 Finn Harps25th March 2011 – FD – Waterford United 1-0 Finn Harps18th March 2011 – FD – Finn Harps 2-2 Monaghan United (McHugh 2)4th March 2011 – FD – Finn Harps 2-2 Limerick (McHugh, Harkin)Mervue United v Finn HarpsAirtricity League First DivisionFahy’s Field, Friday 13th May 2011 – Kick-off 7.45pmHARPS HOPING TO END FIRST SERIES OF GAMES ON HIGH NOTE was last modified: May 12th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more