Kris and Caitlyn Jenner attend same event but don’t speak


Nobu Malibu was a no-go for the Jenner exes this week. 

Kris and Caitlyn Jenner are no strangers to charity events. Both enjoy seeing their name linked to charities and with that, they will sometimes cross paths. Unfortunately, they aren’t exactly on great terms, so running into one another is awkward at best.

On Wednesday night, there was an event at Nobu Malibu. Both Kris and Caitlyn Jenner attended the event, but they left separately.

According to People, the Jenners left the event separately with no indication they even spoke to one another. This isn’t shocking because Kris has been very vocal about betrayed she felt by Caitlyn. There is plenty of bad blood between the two and even their two daughters can’t smooth things over for them.

Aside from the changes with Caitlyn transitioning, Kris has issues with the way her ex has described their marriage and separation. In fact, on several occasions, Kris has spoken out about how she disagrees with Caitlyn’s version of events.

The biggest issue she has it that Caitlyn has taken credit for the Keeping Up With the Kardashians show idea. The absurd idea that she is taking credit for a show that is based solely on her step children has the momager fuming mad.

The two were married for 23 years and after all of that time spent together, they can’t get along. Kris Jenner has done her best to move on with her life, but Caitlyn seems to want to have her hand in everything.

If an opportunity arises to talk about her marriage to Kris, Caitlyn is all about oversharing. This has Kris upset, especially because she disputes a lot of what was written as truth in her ex’s book.

Running into one another is going to be something they will have to deal with, especially with events like the one a Nobu Malibu on Wednesday night.

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The two were wearing black dresses, but luckily it wasn’t a nearly identical clothing mishap like in the past. The Jenners are frenemies, and not speaking is better than making a scene at this point.