The Kardashians are synonymous with fame, fortune and for ruining the lives of their ex-boyfriends and husbands.
A new conspiracy theory regarding the famed “Kardashian kurse” is taking over TikTok.
Yes, “kurse” is spelled with a ‘K’ because it’s the Kardashian way.
The “Kardashian Kurse” Conspiracy Theory Is Wild!
A TikTok creator by the handle @patty recently uploaded a video talking about the origin of the dreaded family “kurse.”
In the video he claims it all started when their ancient ancestor from the 1800s made a deal with witches.
“This crazy conspiracy theory says that a woman ancestor of the Kardashians sacrificed her soul to four witches in Armenia in order for the women in her bloodline to always have fame, money and beauty,” he starts off. “But in exchange, all the men close to them will suffer.”
He goes on to show examples of male figures in the Kardashian’s lives taking a hard fall from grace after being exposed to the Kardashian women.
@pattypopculture🤯THE CRAZIEST CONSPIRACY THEORY ABOUT THEM🤯 Part 7: The Kardashians♬ original sound – Patty
“Examples of this include Rob Kardashian being happy and offered modeling gigs to developing severe depression and never leaving his house,” @patty claims. “Scott Disick who went from being a preppy, successful businessman to developing severe alcoholism and depression in front of the whole world.”
Scott Disick was recently involved in a scary car accident that left him with minor injuries.
He crashed his Lamborghini in Calabasas, CA. on Sunday, August 21, and sustained a “minor cut to his head,” according to reports.
“Deputies arrived on scene and contacted the driver, Scott Disick, who was the sole occupant of the vehicle,” according to a sheriff’s department statement. “It was determined the primary cause of the traffic collision was speed, and alcohol was not a factor. Mr. Disick suffered minor, non-life threatening injuries and declined medical treatment. He was picked up from the scene by family members and his vehicle was towed away per his request.”
Scott Disick Got The Worst Of The “Kurse”
Back in 2015, he nearly died of a drug overdose at a Nevada brothel called “The Love Ranch.”
“Lamar Odom was at the top of his basketball game and experienced severe addiction, overdosed, died and was brought back to life,” the TikTok video continues.
Despite having bad luck in the men department, Khloe has found much success with her Good American brand, and has lost a ton of weight since divorcing Odom.
Lamar Nearly Died After Divorce From Khloe
She’s since welcomed two children with her ex-boyfriend, Tristan Thompson.
Kim Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, Reggie Bush, is another example of a male figure linked to the famous family who experienced misfortunes after the end of his relationship with her.
The Kardashians are very aware of the “kurse” and have addressed it on multiple occasions.
Following the end of their E! reality TV series, “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the famous family appeared on a tell-all, sit-down interview with Andy Cohen.
Kendall Jenner spoke out about the “kurse” and showed her disdain for “this narrative.”
“What I don’t like about the narrative is that the blame is on us, like I think that they need to put, like the men need to take that responsibility,” Kendall stated. “I think that we’re all extremely giving and caring and loving women, and when there is a man in our lives we like give everything to them and as a family we all love them so much. And, it’s almost like offensive.”
Kendall Thinks The “Kurse” Theory Is “Offensive”
Khloe echoed the offensive sentiment saying, “They’re blaming women for men’s problems.”
Other recent “kursed” events include Thompson becoming a free agent in the NBA, Pete Davidson attending trauma therapy after dating Kim, Travis Barker’s near-death experience with pancreatitis and Travis Scott’s deadly “Astroworld Festival.”