Kris shared her concerns with about Penelope to deaf ears (Picture: Backgrid)

Kris Jenner and boyfriend Corey Gamble seemed to be in high spirits as they left their hotel during Paris Fashion Week despite the whipping drama still making its rounds.

The drama all started when Kourtney Kardashian revealed that her nanny quit after her daughter Penelope scratched her in the face.

During the Keeping Up With The Kardashians episode, Corey declared he would whip Penelope for her bad behaviour.

The 40-year-old reality star revealed to momager Kris and Corey, that her daughter had problems with controlling her rage.

Sitting alongside baby daddy Scott Disick, Kourtney said: [The nanny] was putting her in the car and Penelope scratched her face, but P can be out of control.

I think she blacks out and does these wild things.

Corey chimed in with a tougher disciplining method, saying: If P scratch me, Im whipping her ass.



The comment didnt go down too well with the Flip It Like Disick star as he responded: My daughter? My little daughter? Dont you ever talk about a child like that!

However, it seems Kris and Corey have got over the entire debacle as they slayed in Paris.

The momager, 63, stepped out the hotel lobby wearing a villain-worthy beige cape cloak over all black leather.

Meanwhile, Corey clearly took Paris Fashion Week as the perfect opportunity to relax as he walked out wearing an all-maroon tracksuit.

After the explosive argument between Corey and Penelopes parents, Corey made sure to make up with Kourtney.

He told her that he had been speaking generally, and did not want to discipline her kids.

During a confessional, he told the camera: In my culture, whipping your kids—thats just normal. Its important that you understand consequences.

Kris Jenner and Corey Gamble
Kris waving goodbye to all the drama (Picture:
Kris Jenner
Where can we get one of those capes? (Picture:

But I dont have kids, so obviously Im not going to be disciplining no kids.

Taking to Twitter, Kourtney defended her parenting skills.

She posted: In my opinion, beating children is not [how] to “get your kids in check.” When children are hurting or frustrated, the answer is not to physically hurt them…

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