Kris Jenner Cries Over Bruce Jenner’s Transition

Kris Jenner Cries Over Bruce Jenner's Transition

When Bruce Jenner revealed to Diane Sawyer that he is transitioning from a man to a woman. The world and two of his ex-wives reacted with nothing but loads of support for the former Olympian. ABC reached out to his most current ex-wife, Kris Jenner, but she declined to comment. When called out for not commenting, Kris immediately shot back that she was never asked for a comment on the situation. Despite her lies, ABC released a statement saying that they absolutely reached out to Kris for comment several times, but was brutally rebuffed by Team Kardashian.

Now, Kris Jenner is trying to make a few good dollars from her own E! special in which she and the other Kardashian leeches will profit from their side of the story. For all of you who are yelling “SHE’S CRYING REAL TEARS!”, you obviously don’t know how reality TV works.

Now that she has been called out for being a lying liar out of her liar hole, she is definitely putting on a show now that she can make Bruce’s transition all about herself. After learning that Bruce’s 20/20 interview drew almost 17 million viewers who were all supportive of what he’s going through, Kris decided it was time that she got a piece of that pie.

Breaking her silence for the first time since his interview, she talked to her daughter Kim Kardashian in a clip from Keeping Up With The Kardashians. She said, “I have these memories of this life and I feel sometimes like it didn’t exist.”

We’re not saying that Kris Jenner didn’t actually feel something for Bruce during their time together or that she’s some kind of monster who only profits from her personal tragedies when the wind blows her way – oh wait, that’s exactly what we’re saying. Carry on.

Kris Jenner Cries Over Bruce Jenner’s Transition was last modified: May 4th, 2015 by Jed Eckert
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