Most people would love to have an avatar in a video game, but not Kourtney Kardashian. Kim and Kourtney got into a heated disagreement on the second episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” Season 10 over the app, “Kim Kardashian Hollywood.” Kim wanted to cash in on her famous family, but Kourtney wasn’t having it -- especially since she didn't get paid.

“I just don’t see why they use our name and likeness and don’t pay us,” Kourtney said. Khloe had a different view and just didn’t want to look like a “beast.”

“It’s ridiculous for you to just not do that for me as a favor,” Kim told Kourtney, “‘Cause I’ve done so much for you and for Scott to call me and say, ‘You should buy her a pair of shoes --'” Kourtney cuts her off before she can finish: "I don’t need a pair of shoes!” But Kim continues: "I’m not going to buy her a pair of shoes after all I’ve done for her," Kim said about her sister as stood in the background. “I said to Scott, ‘I’m not buying her a pair of shoes. I bought her a f---ing career!'”

When the clip first came out months ago, people thought Kim was talking about half-sister Kendall Jenner, who works as an international runway model. Turns out, it had nothing to do with the teenage model. “That was not about Kendall. It hurt me when people thought I would say that about her,” Kim told the U.K.’s Daily Mail. “Kourtney was being a little difficult with me.”

Kim said she included her family in business deals in the past “as a favor,” but then Kourtney reminded Kim she never asked Kourtney to be in the video game. Khloe, who was there for the fight, defended Kourtney and said Kim never asked.

Kim attacked Kourtney’s character since everyone in their family does each other favors. “You’re like such a joke. People want different things in life,” Kourtney said.

In the end, the fight appeared to have been for nothing. All the Kardashian sisters, including half-sisters Kendall and Kylie, and momager Kris Jenner have avatars in “Kim Kardashian Hollywood.” Kim made sure to tweet an picture of Kourtney’s video game character before the episode aired.

Apparently, it all came down to money -- or coins -- as they're called in Kim's app.

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