Bruce Jenner has been supported by Kris Jenner and the Kardashian sisters as he announced that he will be releasing a personal documentary.
Lately, Bruce Jenner has been targeted for a lot of media scrutiny after his divorce from Kris Jenner. The rumors took bad shape as the 65 years old Olympian was said to be a transgender. Tabloids went as far as to say that he had undergone sex-change surgery. It didn’t help when Bruce stepped out in long hair wearing nail polish.
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At such times, he wanted support and even though they might not be family on paper anymore. Kris Jenner and the Kardashian sisters came forward to support the man in their lives. Kim, Kris and the other Kardshians took a selfie with him as they headed down to his place and posted it on Instagram. The picture was captioned “Family first.”
Kim later on clarified that everyone goes through a stage in life and Bruce is going through one of his and he is happy. They all went to his house to meet him and felt like taking a picture so they did. She also added that it is not a question that they support Bruce. They support Bruce a hundred percent. Kim said that he will talk when he is ready and that is when he will feel ready for it.
Encouraged by the support, Bruce has finally decided to reveal his side of the story. TMZ have revealed that Bruce will soon be releasing a series of documentary of his life on TV. The footage in the documentary has been shot in the past few months. Kim told ET that the documentary represents Bruce’s journey so far. The documentary will represent Bruce’s point of view and his family’s opinion of his life. The documentary will air on E!.
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Kim has been especially supportive of Bruce and has encouraged fans to remain open minded and accept Bruce’s story. She said that he has been happy lately and that is what matters the most. Kim also talked about her family. She said Kanye and her are best friends and they are both trying for another baby.