Caitlyn Jenner defends Kardashians after Joe Rogan slams family in nasty rant

Caitlyn Jenner (Photo by Paul Archuleta/Getty Images)
Caitlyn Jenner (Photo by Paul Archuleta/Getty Images) /

Caitlyn Jenner to the rescue!

According to Us Weekly, Joe Rogan is definitely not the Kardashian-Jenner family’s biggest fan. Not-so-surprisingly, he recently let the world know some of his not-so-nice thoughts during a candid discussion on his popular podcast.

As you can imagine, the former Fear Factor host wasn’t afraid to share his opinions on the cast of Keeping Up With the Kardashians now that the reality series is coming to a close. Even less surprisingly, Joe threw in his two cents on Caitlyn Jenner’s “role” during her stint on the show. And a couple of wise cracks, of course.

On a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, the longtime entertainment personality rudely stated:

"“When I wanted to make a joke about Caitlyn Jenner, the first thing I talked about was how living with all women — I have three daughters and my wife — and the way I described [that] was it’s like if my manhood was a mountain of marbles, every day they take two. Like, you have so many marbles. God. It’s every day, they snatch a marble, snatch a marble.”"

While some of Joe’s quips were supposed to be in good humor, the conversation seemingly took a turn for the nasty when the podcast host continued theorizing how the I am Cait star came to “be.” Totally uncalled for.

Rogan went on to say:

"And my whole bit was … I wanted to get to people [that] are saying [she] was born a woman [and she] has always been a woman. I was like, ‘Maybe. Or maybe if you live with crazy b***hes long enough, they f**king turn you into one. Maybe you go crazy.’ Maybe that, too."

Clearly, his comments are in extremely poor taste and are highly offensive to the trans community, as well as towards the Kardashian-Jenners and Caitlyn.

Somewhat unexpectedly (but also, not really), Jenner responded to Rogan’s remarks, crass theories, and his calling the whole family “crazy” b-words.

As noted by Us Weekly, the reality star and former Olympian was quick to defend her “marbles,” a.k.a. her daughters, and her ex Kris Jenner, in a since-deleted Instagram post. During her response, Jenner also noted that Rogan’s publicly broadcasted words are damaging to the trans community.

Many fans on social media have been voicing that they’re in Caitlyn’s corner, even with the response post taken down.

KUWTK show or no show, the Kar-Jenners continue to show up for each other when it’s all said and done. Their longtime reality series might be coming to a close sooner than we were hoping, but family lasts forever.

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