ESPN Defends Giving Caitlyn Jenner Arthur Ashe Award at ESPYs and …

15 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Brody Jenner EXCLUSIVELY talks to Mirror Online about ‘falling out’ with his father Caitlyn.

In her “big reveal” interview with Vanity Fair, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star – previously known as Bruce Jenner – said she was ”terribly disappointed and hurt” that the reality hunk and his siblings Cassandra, Burt and Brandon, had refused to take part in her new E! reality TV series I Am Cait.One week after TV star and Olympic champion Caitlyn Jenner asked members of the transgender community if she was “doing it right,” she returned to her blog to answer some of the numerous questions she’s received about her transition.

However, speaking exclusively to Mirror Online, the 31-year-old said: “I read that I was supposed to be annoyed at Caitlyn for saying she was upset – but that couldn’t be further from the truth. “When I read these stories that aren’t true – like I’m fighting with my dad or disowning the Kardashian sisters – it makes me uncomfortable. In a Monday post to address fan feedback, Jenner started by sharing a comment she’d received from a transgender woman who went by the name of Dawn R. “I was touched by your question, ‘Am I doing it right?’ I felt an overwhelming need to respond,” Dawn wrote. “The best thing you can do for the rest of the trans community is to *be* Caitlin. It’s all made up.” Brody added that despite having been in the limelight for so long, he still doesn’t know how to deal with false stories written about him and his family. “When you don’t talk and try to stay out of it, people make up any old story,” he explained. “But then when you do defend yourself, you’re brining attention to it. “My family try to stay above it all.

But every now and again we read something and we’re like ‘Wait a second, did he really say that?’ And then we talk about it.” Brody is currently making headlines with his new E! show Sex With Brody, during which he very frankly discusses everything from exes to sex tapes to foreplay. “It’s about very taboo subjects which not a lot of people talk about,” added Brody. “I do get a grilling and some of it can be uncomfortable – but not as uncomfortable as when people write stories about me that simply aren’t true!” It’s honestly been incredibly positive.” Before Jenner’s new TV series, “I Am Cait,” premieres on E! on July 26, she’ll be honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award during Wednesday night’s ESPY Awards ceremony.

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