JUST SAD: Kendall Jenner’s Candid Statement About Her DAD Causes TWITTER-STORM

Kendall isn’t even trying to be funny here.

And that somehow makes what she’s said even sadder.

After everything we’ve seen in the media, and however messed up he’s become, her dad is still her dad. Sorry Liberals, nothing is going to change that.

The Olympian’s daughter had a candid moment describing why she’s not the over-the-top girly-girl that the Kardashians have turned out to be.

People Magazine covered the Harper’s Bazaar article:

As one of the most sought-after supermodels in the industry, Kendall Jenner spends most of her time on high-fashion runways and in front of the camera dressed in the biggest designers, while also getting glam with some of the best hair and makeup pros in the business. But according to the model, when she’s off-duty, she takes a more low-key approach to her look, something that separates her from her older sisters.

I’ve always been the different one,” the 21-year-old supermodel tells Harper’s Bazaar in her May cover story for the magazine. “I mean, I’m a girl and I like being a girl, but I’ve just never been into it like they have. I think I get that from my dad. I’d say I’m more of a Jenner than a Kardashian.

(Emphasis added.)

Of course, this spawned one heck of a reaction on Twitter:

She credits Bruce. (Notice we did NOT say “Caitlyn” because neither did she.)

And while the internet is having a good laugh at her expense throwing around WTF reaction gifs, something more significant has been missed here.

He’s still her dad.

Even surgery and hormones can’t change that.

Maybe the Trans apologists are missing something here.

Share if you think we’re messing with things whose full consequences we don’t yet understand.

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