Kris Jenner on Bruce Jenner’s Transition: No Comment

By Florida Mae Acampado | 2 years ago

Sometimes when you hear people talk about a rather touchy subject then suddenly turn to you, what do you do? For some, the first thing to do is walk away and next is say “no comment.” While Kris Jenner can’t do the first option, she did do the second one when asked about her ex-husband Bruce Jenner’s rumored transition.

In a short interview for the LOVE magazine, Kris Jenner was asked if she knows where the transition rumors going around Bruce Jenner came from. Judging from how she answered it — “I’m not even answering that. It’s just dumb” — it’s obviously a touchy subject for her. This could only mean two things: either she doesn’t want to talk about the matter or she doesn’t have all the details herself.


This isn’t exactly the first time Kris dodged the question about Bruce’s transition. On Jan. 16, 2015, she was spotted outside a studio in LA and asked the same question, which her bodyguard answered for her — no comment.

According to a source of the New York Daily News, as cited by X17, Kris is still mad at the In Touch magazine because of the edited cover photo they released, which showed Bruce with feminine features.

“[Kris] has cut off contact with In Touch, Life & Style and all Bauer publications. They won’t get any ‘real’ quotes from the family, and will be banned from Kardashian-Jenner red carpets, events, premieres and fashion events,” a source revealed.

Despite their split, Kris and Bruce still maintain a very good relationship as close friends, adding in the fact that they have two daughters together, and Bruce is also quite close with his stepchildren.

“In life, you realize on some level you’re happier living apart than you are together and that’s what happened with us. We just grew apart,”Kris explained.

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