One big happy family? Not so much. A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that Brody Jenner really enjoys getting in between his half-sisters, Kendall and Kylie, and their mom, Kris — no matter what the cost.
Brody Jenner, 31, is a bit of a troublemaker when it comes to his family. Unfortunately, Caitlyn Jenner‘s son isn’t too happy that his little sisters, Kendall, 19, and Kylie, 17, are so influenced by their mom-ager, Kris Jenner, 59. Now, a Kardashian-Jenner insider has revealed EXCLUSIVELY to HollywoodLife.com that Brody is desperate to push Kendall and Kylie as far away from Kris as possible. Eek.
Even though they all put on a happy face for Caitlyn at the 2015 ESPYS, it turns out there is some nasty sibling drama going down between the Jenner kids. Not only does Brody enjoy talking badly about his former step-sister, Kim Kardashian, 34, but he has it out for her and his sisters mom, Kris. This doesn’t sound good.
“He wants nothing more than to drive a wedge between them and Kris,” a source close to the family tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Brody won’t stop though because he hates that Kendall and Kylie are so enamored with their mother and older sisters.It really puts Kendall and Kylie in a terrible position as they are stuck in the middle.” Wow, that’s so not cool.
However, it turns out that Brody’s plan to put a wedge between his sisters and their mom is actually backfiring. “It really puts Kendall and Kylie in a terrible position as they are stuck in the middle,” our source explained. “They love Brody and all of their Jenner siblings but when he talks crap about Kris and Kim it’s really hard on them. They feel torn and their relationship with Brody has suffered because of it.”
Hmm, maybe Brody should just work on keeping his relationship with his sisters on good terms. Their family has enough drama as it is, they don’t need him stirring up any additional trouble!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers — Do you think Brody should leave his sisters and their family alone? Comment below with your thoughts.
— Lauren Cox, with reporting by Tim Plant