Brody Jenner says the Kardashians are not his family

21 April 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Coachella Valley, CA, United States (4E) – Brody Jenner reportedly told some people at the Coachella Music Festival 2016 that the Kardashian clan is not his “f***king family.”

Accordingly, the 32-year-old son of Bruce Jenner , now Caitlyn Jenner , is not in good terms with the Kardashian clan after his father’s divorce from Kris Jenner . On April 20, an eyewitness said that a fan was seen congratulating Brody on how successful his family has been in reference to Kim, Khloe , and Kourtney Kardashian . However, instead of being happy for them, he responded angrily “they’re not my f*** ing family!”

It is unclear if the reports are true as he has not yet commented publicly about it. Brody has been quiet about his former step-family since his father Caitlyn transformed into a woman. However, he is known to have butt heads with Kris more than once.

On one episode of “Keeping Up With The Kardashians ,” he got into a screaming match with the Kardashian-Jenner matriarch on a private yacht during a family vacation. They made up after the fight but it seems that Brody really does not like his former step family.

It also seems that Brody is keeping his distance from his half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner . The siblings were all at the Coachella Music Festival 2016 but it seemed that they never crossed paths. Brody reportedly did not go to the Paper Magazine cover party of Kylie and she and Kendall did not stop by the DJ set of their half-brother.

In a July 2015 interview with Brody, he shared regarding his half-sisters and the Kardashian clan, “I don’t see them very often. I live out in Malibu, they live in Calabasas. That’s the one thing that people don’t really understand is that we live two completely separate lives. And everybody ties us in together as the Kardashians and the Jenners . I mean, [Kris and Caitlyn Jenner ] got a divorce, so they’re not even technically my family anymore.”

The people involved in this report are yet to comment.