After the release of her anticipated Vanity Fair cover on June 1, Caitlyn made it clear that she should be referred to as a 'she' from then on. So, why is she being a 'dad' on Father's Day?
The birth of Caitlyn Jenner on June 1 was automatically the death of Bruce Jenner who was the father of 10 children. But on Father's Day (June 21), the [late] American Olympic gold medalist's kids shameless wished the transgender reality star a 'happy father's day'. An act which clearly confused some fans. How can a 'she' be referred to as a 'Father'?
After the release of her anticipated Vanity Fair cover on June 1, Caitlyn made it clear that she should be referred to as a 'she' from then on. So, were the Jenners and Kardashians right to still refer to Caitlyn as 'dad'?
According to TMZ, the 65-year-old celebrated her first Father's Day with her children from all three wives at her mansion in Malibu. Caitlyn told her kids she will always be their dad. Huh?
The site reports that Bruce was never able to get ALL his kids together on the same day because all the times his ex wife, Kris Jenner organized a Father's Day event, the Jenner boys and Cassandra Jenner rarely showed up. But when Caitlyn called, they all came.
Kendall Jenner posted a photo of Bruce giving her little self a kiss on the cheek and captioned: ''My whole life this soul was my daddy and just because your appearance is different now doesn't mean you were any less of a father to me my entire life. Happy Father's Day to the person who raised me, and taught me everything I know, my hero.''
Meanwhile Kim Kardashian, for the first time completely left out Caitlyn to celebrate her late biological father, Robert Kardashian Snr. and her husband Kanye West on Father's Day. She called her father, ''the best dad in the world'' and thanked her bubby ''for being such a good dad''. What about Bruce... or Caitlyn?
Khloe Kardashian's Instagram included a photo of her two fathers and she wrote: ''Thank you Lord for blessing me with not one phenomenal father but I WAS lucky enough to have two. Happy Father's Day''. Did she acknowledge that Bruce has died by using the past tense?
Caitlyn definitely was sure to set the internet on fire while trying to be a woman with a mind of a father. One fan wrote - @marcalici0us: ''Thank you dad for not transitioning into my mom. #FathersDay #CailtlynJenner.''
Well, what do you at home think? Should Caitlyn continue to celebrate Father's Day?