Reality stars defend Bruce Jenner over Jamie Foxx's joke

Bruce Jenner's step-daughter and first son have risen to his defence following Jamie Foxx's joke on the Olympian at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Khloe Kardashian and Jamie Foxx

One of Bruce Jenner's step-daughters, Khloe Kardashian and first son, Burt Jenner, have risen to his defence following Jamie Foxx's joke on the Olympian at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

According to reports by TMZ and Us Weekly, 30-year old Khloe and Burt Jenner joined celebrities that accused Foxx of transphobia for his jabs on the Olympian, who is rumoured to be undergoing a transgender session.

Defending her step-dad in an interview with Yahoo's The Insider, the star said, "I just think it's a low blow," the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star told Yahoo. "I think it's very mean, but you know, I wish him all the best. It is what it is. I just think — and I know Jamie, so I think that's also why that's a really low blow, but hey, guess that's what he felt the need to do for a little press."

Taking after Khloe, Bruce's eldest son Burt Jenner said, "I think he is just copying Kevin Hart because Kevin Hart is taking all his movie opportunities. He’s copying him — man’s on a roll and Jamie Foxx is on the way down. I would have charged the stage... If security got to me beforehand, I would’ve thrown something at him."


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