Khloe Slams Rumors Of Drug Use At Kylie Jenner's Graduation Party 

Khloe Kardashian has denied rumors that a guest was allegedly doing drugs at her family's graduation party for sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

A viral video from Thursday's bash shows the 31-year-old twerking next to a man who appears to wipe something from a small container and rub it in his mouth, igniting speculation he was ingesting an illegal substance.


A video posted by Kylie Jenner Snapchats (@kylizzlesnapchats) on

The youngest Kardashian sister slammed the allegations via Twitter on Saturday, writing, "You guys will make up anything."

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"No! No one was doing coke at a graduation party in broad day light with teenagers and 15 production cameras," she said, explaining that the man in the clip had simply taken a Jell-O shot.

"We aren't as wild as you want to believe," she added, before putting the issue to rest once and for all.

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"Just say no to drugs kids! Drugs so not our style," she wrote.

The celebration, held at Kris Jenner's L.A. home, was hosted by Ryan Seacrest and included famous faces like Gigi Hadid and NBA star James Harden, Khloe's reported new beau.

As previously reported on, Kylie thanked her mother for putting on the event and "making this experience as normal as possible" in an Instagram post on Thursday. The 17-year-old included a shot of herself in her cap and gown and showing off her new diploma.

When a fan pointed out that Khloe was presented with her own cake at the party, the new talk show host said she was given an overdue chance to celebrate alongside her younger siblings -- thanks to Kris making her an additional honoree.

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"No1 ever celebrated my grad so my mom finally surprised me &added me into Kendall &Kylie's party!! 15 yrs later lol," she Tweeted

-- Erin Biglow

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