Brody Jenner Really Doesn’t Want To Be Associated With The Kardashians. Oh Dear
The Debrief: Brody, chill out mate
Ex The Hills star Brody Jenner(which, by the way, is still one of our favourite reality TV shows for obvious reasons) apparently went to town on his former half sisters Kourtney, Khloe and Kim Kardashian at Coachella. Of course he did.
If you need a quick catch up on the Jenner/Kardashian family tree, this is all we’ve got:
Caitlyn Jenner (who was known as Bruce Jenner when they married in 1991) and Kris Kardashian used to be together. Caitlyn Jenner had children Brody, Brandon and Casey from a previous marriage. Kris had Khloe, Kourtney, Kim and Rob with her ex, Rob Kardashian. Together, Kris and Caitlyn had Kendall and Kylie.
So, Brody, Brandon, Casey, Kendall and Kylie are ALL half brothers and sisters by blood. But the rest were only half siblings by marriage. A marriage which is now finito.
Back to the claim that Brody supposedly made. Apparently during the festival he was heard bad-mouthing his once step-sisters when someone mentioned how successful his ‘family’ had been. Brody replied with a simple, yet to the point: ‘they’re not my fucking family.’ Oh deaaaaar. And this isn't the first time he's been pissed off when people mention his more famous sisters (but not really sisters). Remember the time he shouted a reporter for being asked about Kim? It would seem that he really, really doesn't like being associated with them in any way, shape or form.
Brody, firstly maybe chill out a little. If you want to focus on your girlfriend and private life or whatever maybe don’t go shouting about how much you hate your former family at a festival full of other celebrities (including your half sisters) and reporters. We get it, you're pissed off and that's OK. But we advise a nice gentle nature retreat to take your mind off things and get away from the whole Kardashian drama. Go be zen.
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