It’s safe to say that most people would totally jump at the chance to scroll through the Kardashian/Jenner group chat.
With the amount of drama each member of the Family Courts does on a regular basis, it is sure to be a hotbed of rumors and scandals.
In fact, in 2018, Kendall Jenner revealed that there is a Variety of different group chats within the breed, with each different family member being excluded.
while appearing on The Tonight Show“We have a bunch of them because all the different people are into certain people,” Kendall said, before admitting that she reassured them that they had nothing to do with it.
So I said, Oh my God, do you have a group chat about me?! Do you talk about me in other chat groups? And they were like: Kendall, you’re not doing anything wrong at all. We are not talking about you. “
However, she tended not to believe them because she had lied to her sisters about the same thing. Kendall admitted: “They’re probably lying. Because I said the same thing to Kourtney and Khloe. They were like, ‘You never talk about us, right?’ And I was like, ‘No.’”
And while we won’t get an insight into group chats that are set up for the sole reason of secretly throwing shade at each other, the Kardashian/Jenners have treated us to sneak peeks at more conversation topics in the past.
On multiple occasions, the family has shared screenshots of their mom, Kris Jenner, and sent them a bible quote to start their day.
In 2019, Kim Kardashian posted her conversation with Khloe Kardashian and Kris about rumors that Khloe was in talks to appear in The Bachelorettestressing that the speculations were not correct.
Then back in February, Kourtney Kardashian shared Kris’ reaction to her posting a photo on Instagram with the caption: “I’m moving to Napa.”
Chris sent a message in the group chat at the time: “Wait, are you really moving to Napa?”
And on Wednesday, Kim gave her followers yet another insight into their family dynamic by sharing the conversation she, Kendall, and Kris had at 2 a.m. after an earthquake woke them up.
Kendall kicked off the conversation, writing in small letters as she wrote in two separate messages: “Everyone okay? Earthquake.”
“Wake me up,” Kim replied, and Kris said, “I’m fine.”
Kim then messaged, “Everything is fine,” followed by a blank line. Kris’ next message read, “Wake me up too,” and Kendall added, “Same I’m shaking.”
In Kim’s next script, the first line reads “All,” continuing with the second line, which says, “Good here.”
And in reply to the previous messages, she added, “Me too,” below which is another blank line.
“I shun hate for this stuff,” said Kendall, and the final message is from Kris and reads: “Was Kenny strong?”
Kim posted the exchange to her Instagram story and wrote, “Family group chats at 2am when we all woke up due to an earthquake” followed by a heart emoji, and fans couldn’t help but use this as an opportunity to analyze the family’s texting habits.
Someone posted a screenshot redditwhere they said, “They’re texting like my 50-year-old dad” in an apparent reference to Kim’s all-too-straightforward texts, line spacing issues.
“Kim texts like Jim,” another person agreed.
“I imagine the OP is pointing out how Kim can’t keep a single line in her texts and Kendall can’t spell? I’m embarrassed of Kim for posting this on her story,” another person wrote.
Another pointed out that Kim is 42 as they noted: “They’re almost 50 so that’s normal.”
But some defended the subtle nature of the messages, with one fan writing: “It’s 2 am I’m not trying to set up a meet up. Are you okay? Okay. I did lol.”
“I feel like when something scary like this happens, the main priority is seeing if everyone is okay. Texting would be straight to the point,” another user agreed.
And others were just preoccupied with the details of the group, drawing attention to the fact that Courtney is apparently the only member of the chat with a display picture — and it’s of Minnie Mouse.
The rest of the people in the group are represented by their initials, and appear to be made up of Kim, Kendall, Kris, Kourtney, Khloé, Kylie Jenner, and Rob Kardashian.
“They saved their mother as Kris Jenner?” One person asked how Kris’s name appeared in Kim’s screenshot. “Why do they have to put their last names?!?! That’s weird.”
But it was soon pointed out that some people use Apple’s iPhone setting which automatically shows the contact information of someone whatever their name is on their own phone.
Interestingly, Chris is saved as “mom” in a screenshot of Kourtney from last year.
One last thing to note is that the group is called “Organo Gold Positive People.” Kim revealed in an interview that she was forced to change the name of the family chat to something that reminded them of optimism after they remained mean and negative to each other.