Khloe Kardashian Reveals Why She Was So Upset With Caitlyn Jenner

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When Caitlyn Jenner first announced her transition, Khloe Kardashian was the family member who seemed to be the most upset about the whole thing. Beyond that, she was extremely angry after she read Caitlyn's Vanity Fair interview and was offended about the way Cait talked about Kris Jenner.

We saw Khloe confront Caitlyn about the Vanity Fair interview on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, but in a just-released interview with Redbook, Khloe explains why she seemed so mad at Cait, even before the VF interview.

"It was difficult for me that Bruce wasn't honest with me. The transition had nothing to do with it," she told them. "I love Caitlyn. She still likes us to call her our dad, but it's hard when, you know, Dad's now wearing a dress."

During Cait's interview with Diane Sawyer, she also presented another possible reason that Khloe might be having the most trouble with it. "You would think out of all of the kids, Khloe is the most fun, open-minded...and that's not the case with Khloe," she explained. "She's very emotional...She's had the toughest time with it. Because she's had a lot of losses in her life. She lost her father at a young age. He died suddenly, cancer. You know, Lamar [Odom] had his issues."

"She feels like there's this massive...'My whole life is falling apart,' you know, 'It's my dad,' and I try to explain - I can't argue that point, but I'm not going anywhere. I'm still going to be there for you," she continued.

Hopefully they're able to talk things out and see things from each other's perspective so they can move forward and continue to be as close as they once were.


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