LISTEN: Dallas’ Khloe Kardashian defends calling Scott Disick a ‘homo’ by dropping a ‘tranny’-bomb

Khloe Kardashian, who recently moved to Dallas with her husband, Mavericks forward Lamar Odom, apparently has a radio show on Mix 102.9 called “Mix Up w/ Khloe Kardashian Odom.” Who knew?

Anyhow, on Thursday, Kardashian interviewed reality TV star Scott Disick, who happens to be sister Kourtney Kardashian’s “baby daddy.”

At one point, Disick mentioned that he recently bought a “55-centimeter men’s Birkin Bag.”

Kardashian responded by calling Disick a “homo.” When Disick rightly criticized Kardashian for using a gay slur, she defended herself by using another slur, “tranny.” Let’s go to the transcript:

Kardashian: “What kind of homo are you? Seriously? That is not what men … A straight man doesn’t carry a Birkin Bag.”

Disick: “Listen to me. First of all, you shouldn’t say ‘homo’ on the radio. It’s not a bad thing to be a homosexual. You’re making it sound like a negative thing. Third I’m not a homosexual. Fourth, I didn’t come out of the closet. It’s a man bag.”

Kardashian: “First of all, let me just tell you: I am the queen of my gay community, which I love and adore. And I promote doing the tranny look-alike contest. I am queen bee over here, so don’t even try it.”

As other sites have pointed out, Kardashian filmed an “It Gets Better” video back in 2010. But just as with her husband’s boss, Mark Cuban, I don’t think that gives her a free pass. And using “tranny” to defend her use of “homo” only makes it that much worse. Besides, can anyone tell me what she’s done to support the LGBT community since she’s been in Dallas? And WTF is the “tranny look-alike contest” anyway?

The exchange starts at about the 2:15 mark in the audio clip after the jump:

—  John Wright

CONCERT NOTICE (that you’re likely not going to): Adam Lambert at Mix 102.9 on Monday

If you listen to Mix 102.9 and jumped on the station’s contest, then you might be seeing Adam Lambert up close. And how jealous are we? The artist is working a promotional radio tour and he is scheduled to stop by Monday at the station to play an acoustic set in their Mazda Music Lounge. Listeners had until yesterday to enter the contest to attend the show.

According to Travis (just Travis) in promotions at Clear Channel, the response was outstanding, which doesn’t surprise. There’s nothing that can stop a devoted Glambert.

I found out about the promotion only through musician Susan Carson‘s Facebook page. She and her Bandmates partner (in life and music), Kimberly Castrellon, will be joining friends to see Lambert.

—  Rich Lopez