Kendall Jenner Reveals A Surprising Secret About Herself

The final season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians may get a lot more interesting now that the family's secrets are coming out. Kendall Jenner just revealed some major info about herself on an episode of the podcast Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson (via People). On the show, Jenner answered questions with her sister, Kourtney Kardashian. When Oliver asked them, "If there was a stoner [in your family] who would it be?" Kardashian responded, "Kendall."

Jenner wasn't offended by Kardashian's answer. In fact, she agreed with her big sis, and spilled her secret. "I am a stoner," she said. "No one knows that, so that's the first time I've ever really said anything out there."

While it was a big revelation, it wasn't as big as it would have been a couple years ago before the use of recreational marijuana was legalized in Jenner's home state of California. As of 2018, though, recreational marijuana is legal for adults aged 21 and up (via PolitiFact).

Kendall Jenner has supported recreational marijuana use for years

While Jenner hasn't spoken of her marijuana use before, she has expressed support for legal weed. In 2016, she was spotted at a party in support of legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in California (per W Magazine).

The following year, she was seen at a marijuana-themed Coachella after party called "Weedmaps Oasis." TMZ reported that Jenner wasn't seen with a joint herself, but that she had a good time at the party.

If we do see Jenner light up in the final, upcoming season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, it won't be the first time someone has smoked marijuana on the show. Her mom, Kris Jenner, got high with her own mom in a 2014 episode of KUWTK. Kris' mom, M.J. Shannon, was using medical marijuana to help with chronic back pain, and convinced her daughter to try some marijuana gummy bears. It took some convincing, but Kris eventually agreed. "If it helps my neck pain, and she's asking me to do it with her, I'm here to support and I'll do it this one time," she said.