I would say Satyabhama kicking Shri Krishna is just poetic imagination. Satyabhma was proud of her beauty, chastity and love for Krishna. She always believed Shri Krishna loved her more. So when she heard from her maids that Shri Krishna had given the magnificent parijata flower to Rukmani, she became jealous and arrogant:
rūpayauvanasampannā svasaubhāgyena garvitā
abhimnavatī devī śrutvaiverṣyāvaśaṃ gatā [HP - 2.65.50]
The goddess endowed with beauty and youth, proud for her good fortune, became envious after hearing this.
After Shri Krishna went to Satyabhama leaving the company of Narada and Rukmani and talked with her, she said:
madīyastvamiti hyāsīnmama nityaṃ manaḥ prabho
adya sādhāraṇaṃ snehaṃ tvayi tāvadgatāsmyaham [HP - 2.66.47]
Oh lord, I had always thought you to be mine. But today I know that your love for me is ordinary.
So she showed haughtiness, but did not kick Shri Krishna. Saints and poets sometimes just spice up things a bit more out of love and mischief.