Kendall and Kylie had a pretty fancy graduation party by anyone's standards. Loads of celeb guests, balloons spelling out congratulations, expensive jewellery given as gifts, there were even some synchronised swimmers.
But 'fancy' does not mean drug-taking was involved, FYI.
In case you missed this social media crapstorm, here's a quick recap. In one of Kylie Jenner's snapchats from the night - the one of Khloe getting her twerk on to hypnotising levels - a man can be seen off to the side, seemingly dipping his finger into something, and placing it is in his mouth. This sparked rumours that the graduation party was actually a cocaine-fuelled rager, with all the Kardashians and Jenners secretly taking a bunch of drugs while celebrating the youngest family members' completion of high school.
Khloe has now had to take down the rumours on Twitter, firmly stating that no-one was doing coke. Her explanation for the admittedly pretty dodgy-looking action of that guy? She says he was scraping the rim of a jello shot, loosening the shot so he could take it.
You guys will make up anything. No! No one was doing coke at a graduation party in broad day light with teenagers and 15 production- KhloÃ© (@khloekardashian) July 25, 2015
To scrap the rim of the shot glass w ur finger to loosen up the jello in order 2 take it. Just say no to drugs kids! Drugs so not our style- KhloÃ© (@khloekardashian) July 25, 2015
She's obviously getting a little frustrated with all the backlash and rumour slinging, because she followed up those tweets by retweeting this:
They can never do no right. It sucks that they always have to explain themselves. ðŸ˜”- KhloÃ© Kardashian Fan (@KhloeKFanxo) July 25, 2015
A lot of people haven't bought Khloe's explanation, still commenting on Instagram reposts of the video with general 'CLEARLY NOT A JELLO SHOT' comments. Honestly, you can squint and re-watch the video as many times as you like - it's impossible to tell. But Khloe raises a valid point - who the heck would be insane enough to do heavy drugs in front of a bunch of teenagers and even more cameras? It just doesn't seem likely.
By Ellen Scott
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