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Kris Jenner Wants to Drop Bruce Jenner’s Name

Kris Jenner reportedly wants to drop Bruce Jenner’s name, now that the two are officially divorced. It no doubt has something to do with his impending transition from a man to a woman as well. K...
Kris Jenner Wants to Drop Bruce Jenner’s Name
Written by Kimberly Ripley
  • Kris Jenner reportedly wants to drop Bruce Jenner’s name, now that the two are officially divorced. It no doubt has something to do with his impending transition from a man to a woman as well. Kris Jenner expressed her fear that his transition might ruin her reputation, and she even drunk dialed her ex-husband in the middle of the night to express her dismay.

    In the same way celebrities like Madonna, Cher, and Sting are simply known by one name, Kris Jenner wants to be known solely as ‘Kris.’

    “Kris will only use her first name professionally,” a source tells RadarOnline. “She thinks she can pull it off because the entire world knows who she is.”

    “The timing is also perfect because Kris doesn’t want to be associated with Bruce. The transition to becoming a woman and the fatal car crash just made the decision so much easier for her,” the source added.

    Do you think Kris Jenner has what it takes to be known only by her first name? ‘Kris’ isn’t that exclusive a name. It’s far more commonly used than names like Sting or Madonna.

    Bruce Jenner, on the other hand, doesn’t really care what the Keeping Up With the Kardashians matriarch does.

    “They aren’t on good terms at all right now, even after the car accident. And his sons, Brody and Brandon, are thrilled Kris won’t be using their last name anymore. They want nothing to do with Kris, and think she has been nothing but toxic and nasty since Bruce revealed his plans to live life as a woman,” the source shared.

    Kris Jenner’s rep hasn’t returned a request for details from the Mirror. It will certainly be interesting to see if she goes through with this professional name change.

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