Khloe Kardashian Slams Scott Disick on Twitter: Stop Playing the Victim!

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If you watched Keeping Up With the Kardashians Season 11 Episode 7 last night, then you know Scott Disick unexpectedly dropped by to throw himself a pity party.

Granted, Scott has had a pretty rough time over the past year, but he brought most of it on himself, so he shouldn't have been surprised when the ladies of the Kard clan didn't rally around him for a group hug.

Of course, even though Kourtney's the one Scott cheated on and generally treated like crap for a decade, Khloe was, as always, the most outspoken of the sisters during their sit-down with the Lord.

Khloe must have known how much fans would enjoy seeing her tear into Scott, because she live-tweeted last night's KUWTK - and roasted the dude even more on Twitter. 

"I hate people who play victim," she tweeted during the emotionally-charged scene. "Take accountability people. Own your actions."

Khloe when on to praise her own stare-down tactics, and she eventually realized that she was only one to dish out the trash talk that Scott so richly deserves:

"Why am I the only one talking?!" Khloe tweeted. "I'm just noticing that no one said anything but me. Ha! I guess when you date 1 of us you date all of us."

That may be true - but you should probably let the woman who actually dated Scott get the occasional word in, too.

Watch Keeping Up With the Kardashians online at TV Fanatic for more of Khloe's sass and Scott's sad-sack routine.

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Khloe Kardashian Biography

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Khloe Kardashian Quotes

I did wear fur and they wanted to educate me on the brutal ways in which animals are skinned for their pelts.

Khloe Kardashian

They released me early because I was a threat to the prison.. The whole prison was on lockdown. It was actually really scary.

Khloe Kardshian [on early prison release]