Did Khloe Kardashian Really Have to Weigh in on Ciara and Russell Wilson’s Sex Life?

Kall me krazy, but...

Khloe Kardashian isn’t one to filter herself, but last night on Kocktails with Khloe, she may have gone too far.

After spilling the tea on her own mother’s sex life, Kardashian brought up the idea of celibacy in celebrity relationships. Kardashian spoke to Kocktails guests Alec Mapa, Cassie and Vivica A. Fox about the topic, referring specifically to Ciara and Russell Wilson.

“[Ciara and Russell] should be having sex. With all due respect to Ciara, she has a baby. It’s not like we don’t know if she is a virgin or not,” Kardashian said.

“None of us would know about it unless they were publicly telling us they are practicing celibacy, so who are you trying to prove this to?” she continued. “Is it a look?”

Ciara and Wilson have been public with their choice to keep enough space between them for Jesus, so to speak, and as we know all too well, once you put something out there for public scrutiny, the public will scrutinize. But at the same time, how much is Kardashian’s input on Ciara’s sex life really worth—and was it necessary to begin with?

Kardashian and her family are criticized on the daily for sex-related reasons. (Kim K’s nude Instagram, anyone?) They put it all out there and don’t care if other people judge them for it. But not everyone shares this same outlook and frankly, it’s Ciara and Wilson’s right to do whatever the hell they want—have sex or pray—behind closed doors.

Ciara never claimed that she was a virgin. Neither did Wilson. They’re not trying to fool anyone and they’re also not trying to prove anything to anyone. They’re just celibate. It’s also not “a look,” like Kardashian proposed. Perhaps that’s hard for someone who carefully crafts flaw-free Instagram photos and exposes almost every aspect of her life on reality TV to grasp.

Case in point, it’s really not Kardashian’s place to comment on Ciara and Wilson’s sex life. In fact, it’s no one’s place.

Some things in life really are sacred.

UPDATE: 3/11/2016

Kardashian clarified her comments on Twitter late last night, revealing that her words had been misconstrued due to the show’s editing.

“I love&adore Ciara! I respect her on many levels. Was freely discussing my views on celibacy&people twist & turn everything 2create a feud,” she tweeted. Check out her other tweets below.

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