Chris Brown, Kylie Debate Caitlyn Jenner Transphobic Meme As Kardashians, Jenners Clash On Docu-Series [Video]
Chris Brown got slammed by Kylie Jenner for Brown’s attack on her parent Caitlyn Jenner. Chris was among those who shared negative feedback about Caitlyn’s famed Vanity Fair cover, and now Kylie is on fire when it comes to blasting back, reported the New York Daily News.
At 17, Kylie became irate when Brown posted a transphobic meme portraying Caitlyn as a “science project.” The youngest daughter of Kris Jenner didn’t hesitate when it came to protecting her parent.
Chris subsequently deleted his post, which included a retort from Kylie that pointed out that she and Brown are friends.
“Not very nice to say about your friends dad,” she wrote.
Using social media, Kylie has become something of a family spokeswoman for what they want the world to feel and share about Caitlyn, as evidenced by her tweet.
“State what you want about the world without bashing others. Leave a positive impact.”
And although the 17-year old became upset with Brown, she and Chris are pals. Tyga, who is Brown’s friend, has been dating Jenner.
But Kylie wants to make it clear that anyone who condemns Caitlyn will hear from her, reported the Daily Mail.
However, the meme didn’t originate with Chris Brown. Snoop Dogg had shared it, and it featured a photo of Akon.
“Shout out to Akon! He is about to supply 600 million africans with solar power. Im really upset that this isn’t major news but that science project bruce jenner is #Society.”
As the Inquisitr reported, there’s a division between Khloe, Kourtney, and Kim Kardashian; Kendall and Kylie Jenner, and Caitlyn Jenner’s four oldest children when it comes to the upcoming docu-series about Caitlyn’s transition.
Cassandra Jenner and her brothers Brody, Brandon, and Burt don’t support the new docu-series that will cronicle the transition from Bruce Jenner to Caitlyn Jenner. And while all four of these children do support Caitlyn’s authentic self, they also refuse to be part of E!’s docu-series that will showcase the transition.
The oldest Jenner children explained that they are worried that the docu-series will exploit Caitlyn Jenner, reported Radar Online.
“The series has an option for a second season and Brody and Brandon are fearful Caitlyn’s show will become a scripted reality show a la Keeping Up With The Kardashians,” explained an insider.
And although the docu-series has not yet been broadcast, it’s already targeted for Season 2, added the source.
“The show hasn’t even aired yet, and E! is ready to sign it up for another season because everyone knows the show is going to be a huge ratings hit. Caitlyn’s children just don’t want her to be mocked or ridiculed because of the show.”
What do you think about Chris Brown’s social media share and Kylie Jenner’s response? Do you think that the oldest Jenner siblings are right about the risk in the docu-series set to showcase Caitlyn Jenner’s transition? Post your comments below.
[Photo by John Sciulli/Getty Images for Calvin Klein]