Caitlyn Jenner Calls Joe Rogan 'Transphobic' Following Kardashians Diss

Lawrence Kim
September 20, 2020

"When I wanted to make a joke about Caitlyn Jenner, what I talked about was - the first thing I talked about was how living with all women - I have three daughters and my wife, and the way I described was it's like if my manhood was a mountain of marbles, every day they take two".

Podcast host Joe Rogan recently echoed a debunked claim that "left-wing" activists had been arrested for setting forest fires in OR on the latest episode of "The Joe Rogan Experience".

Responding on "TMZ Live" to a recent podcast episode in which Rogan misgendered her and made jokes about her daughters, Jenner said Wednesday, "He does this all the time". Or maybe if you live with insane b--hes long enough, they f-king turn you into one.

In the bit, "The Joe Rogan Experience" host attempted to cast doubt on whether trans people are born into the wrong gender and argued - albeit coarsely and rudimentarily - a person's environment could contribute.

"They've arrested left-wing people for lighting these forest fires - you know, air-quote 'activists, '" the 53-year-old said on his latest podcast episode in which he spoke with author and political commentator Douglas Murray. "He's a homophobic, transphobic a-".

She said: "He calls my family, especially the girls, insane b***hes, and he does this all the time".

Caitlyn Jenner has always got the Kardashian clan's back.

In response to the shade, Caitlyn defended Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kris in a now deleted Instagram post.

"They've arrested people for lighting forest fires up there", Rogan said on the podcast while speaking about Portland, Oregon.

"My family has done it through hard work". My girls have worked their tail off. "They are intelligent, they're extraordinarily hardworking, and that's how they've made their businesses and their fame", the former "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star said.

Caitlyn Jenner accepts the Arthur Ashe Award at the 2015 ESPY Awards.

Rogan declared he wasn't "dehumanizing trans people" however questioned if the Kardashians was accountable for Jenner's shift. You look in the record book, what does it say now under [Caitlyn Jenner]? "I've got a close eye on Kanye West and I don't like what I'm seeing".

Asked what her message to Rogan would be, she said: "Being gender dysphoric, transitioning, all of that is not a joke". "Once I got to the point in life where my kids were raised, and they're all doing well, [I said] maybe I could live the remainder of my life authentically". It's very serious stuff. "You're concerning family, friends, the society, all of these types of things", Jenner said.

"The Joe Rogan Experience", which was added to Spotify on September 1 and will become an exclusive later this year, is one of the most popular podcasts in the United States.

She likewise challenged whether Rogan would speak as easily if she was sitting face to confront with him.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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