Khloe Kardashian Denies Cocaine Being at Sisters’ Grad Party

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This week, in not-so-surprising news, the Kardashian Klan got some backlash for allegedly having cocaine at Kylie and Kendall’s graduation party. The accusations came from a Snapchat video posted by Kylie, 17,  showing Khloe, 31,  twerking. In the background, you can see a man holding something, very small, and then rubbing something on his mouth/teeth.

Here’s the Snapchat video:

(Side note: it never ceases to amaze appall me how in-depth some of these fans have to get to analyze and identify things like this.)

But on Saturday, Khloe wanted to set the record straight by Tweeting: “You guys will make up anythin. No! No one was doing coke at a graduation party in broad day light with teenagers and 15 production cameras! We aren’t as wild as you want to believe. We were taking Jell-O shots though and you have to scrape the rim of the shot glass w ur finger to loosen up the jello in order 2 take it. Just say no to drugs kids! Drugs so not our style.”

She also responded to one fan who asked what she was graduating from by saying, “No1 ever celebrated my grad so my mom finally surprised me &added me into Kendall &Kylie’s party!! 15 yrs later lol” and, later, retweeted a fan who pointed out somethig that, although we may not admit, we probably all can agree on:

The party was held Thurssday night at Kris Jenner’s home and was hosted by none other than the Keeping Up With the Kardashians executive producer, Ryan Seacrest. The bash was to celebrate the youngest Kardashian/Jenner members graduating high school, Kendall who graduated last year, and Kylie, this year.

Where’s Kim Kardashian during all of this? Just taking a page out of T. Swift’s book by using her celebrity platfrom to influence change in the tech world. Earlier this week Kim got a lot of attention for contacting Twitter about adding an “edit” feature to tweets so you can correct mistakes made after they’ve already been sent. Which, not too surprisingly, was almost immediately responded to by Twitter co-founder, Jack Dorsey.

[Lead image via Getty]

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