Kim Kardashian doesn't go clubbing and prefers to save her ''twerking skills'' for husband Kanye West.
Kim Kardashian saves her ''twerking'' for ''the bedroom''.
The brunette beauty - who has 12-month-old daughter North with husband Kanye West - told her family she no longer goes to clubs but saves her raunchy dance moves to use in private.
She said: ''My twerking skills are for the bedroom, not the club.''
Kim was speaking with her mother Kris Jenner, sister Khloe Kardashian and half-sister Kendall Jenner during a Soul Cycle class on last night's (22.06.14) episode of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', and during the workout session, the showbiz matriarch was the subject of a number of mean comments from her younger daughter.
As Kris started clapping and dancing to the music, Kendall blasted: ''Do you always have to be the centre of attention? It's so annoying
''Eww mom, you're so embarrassing, you need to act your age.''
She then muttered: ''Desperate f***ing w***e.''
Kris, 58, didn't appear to hear the comment and later told her daughters: ''This reminds me of being in the club, for real. I love the music, I love the energy, everyone's so excited.''
Kendall snapped: ''Why are you going to clubs? This is so embarrassing.''
Kris said she simply liked ''being out an about'', prompting the teenager to brand her an ''embarrassment to the family''.
While Kim stayed silent, Khloe laughed at Kendall's mean comments and later criticised her mother for needing more attention following her split from husband Bruce Jenner last October.
She said: ''Ever since Bruce moved out, my mom needs so much attention. But sometimes it's like, OK, relax, chill. Everyone knows you're here.''
The sisters eventually saw they had been unfair and later apologised to their mother.
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