Let's back up a second. The reality TV star lashed out at the model on Tuesday after he body shamed her on Instagram. "Sorry. I don't care for it personally," he commented on a photo of her. "She's not real, doctor f--ed up on her right hip."
Kim responded writing, "Sis we all know why you don't care for it." The insinuation of her comments to many: he's not into women.
Whether her comments were offensive was the first topic of the day on "The Talk," where the women -- minus Sara Gilbert, who was out -- all had differing reactions.
"I kinda wish she hadn't have done it, because it seems like you're saying something as if something's wrong with somebody," said Sheryl Underwood. "She has a lot of gay people around her, her glam squad, the people in her life, I wonder how they feel. I can't speak to it personally, it didn't feel right and it's not the Kim I know."
When Julie Chen said it seemed "surprising" to her that Kardashian would comment like that, Eve disagreed, saying, "Was it?"
"I think she was coming back at somebody who was coming at her, that's how I feel," she continued. "I feel he said something to her first which made her feel like she had to clap back ... which I actually giggled about."
"I don't think it was homophobic, I think it was one of those things that's like, she probably was hurt by that statement," Eve continued. "So she probably was saying let me find something that would hurt him, to get him. I don't think it was homophobic."
Underwood pushed back, criticizing Kardashian for saying "Sis" and adding, "you know what it looked like."
As for Sharon Osbourne, who's been involved in a social media feud or two with Kim in the past herself, she only had this to add: "I just think that you can't go back at everyone that has a go at you."