‘I’m Whipping Her A–‘: Boyfriend Gives His Take on Kardashian Kid Scratching Nanny

'I’m Whipping Her A--': Corey Gamble Gives His Take on Kardashian Kid Scratching Nanny | Honeycomb Moms
A sneak peek of hit TV show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” shows Scott Disick (left) and Corey Gamble, boyfriend to star businesswoman Kris Jenner clashing over their views on spanking. | Screenshot from E! News video on Twitter

When the boyfriend of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” matriarch Kris Jenner said he’d “whip” star Scott Disick’s daughter, it escalated into an intense back-and-forth between the men on a sneak peek of the latest Kardashian episode.

The conversation came up over dinner when Kourtney Kardashian revealed to the family she had to get rid of the nanny for her daughter, Penelope anymore after the girl scratched the nanny in the face.

Kourtney didn’t mention in the clip whether the nanny hit Penelope, but Gamble asked, “if a kid scratch you can you pop the kid and it’s cool.”

“No but you could also say something to her in the moment,” Kourtney said.

Earlier in the conversation, she admitted, “P can be out of control.”

“I think she almost like blacks out and like does these wild things,” Kourtney said.

Her sister, Kim Kardashian suggested Kourtney apologize to the nanny. Kris bragged that she has six children and has never had to deal with this.

“I scratched you and you used to f—–g slap my nannies, like bam across the face,” Kourtney said.

She added she’s tried taking favorite things away from Penelope but not whipping her.

That’s when Gamble interjected.

“I’m sorry, but if P scratched me for no reason, I’m whipping her a–, and I’ll explain to y’all later,” he said.

Disick pushed back repeatedly.

“You would whip my daughter’s a– if she scratched you,” he asked.

“Why not,” Gamble asked.

“A little 6-year-old girl,” Disick responded. “What the f— are you talking about? Stop it. Stop it Corey. Stop it.”

“But that’s the problem,” Gamble said.

“You are not going to beat my little daughter,” Disick said.

“Not beat,” Gamble responded.

Black Twitter seemed split on the issues, with some firmly on team Gamble and others backing Disick.

“I agree with Scott Disick. Wtf is that man thinking acting so entitled about whipping someone’s child. I don’t even plan on hitting my child because there’s other forms of punishment / discipline that are way effective. I dare a motherf—-r to hit any of my children,” @luenic said.

” Scott Disick is the only one in that family who has sense,” @sxulpturs said.

“That’s his daughter nobody talks about her like that. Scott Disick is a good father,” @blkgrlhealing10 said.

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“@ScottDisick teach your bratty child some manners and respect & no one would feel like they need to whip her little spoiled a– @CoreyGAMBLE you’re right but leave them kids alone if they can’t behave because if You hit her I’m sure Scott will call the cops,” @keeloco299 said.

“This Scott Disick and CoreyGamble convo about Penelope … is a prime example of why I would never date outside of my race ! I’m black, my black a– got whoopings and my black kids will get their a–es whooped (I mean spanked) if need be,”@LOVEALWAYS_JAS_ said.

“From 2 to 4 years of age you can blame it on tantrum but, By 5 years old a child should know not to hit a grown up,” @AngelaB41974483 said.


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