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Caitlyn Jenner slammed Dylan Mulvaney, calling the transgender influencer and Bud Light spokesperson “not good” for the LGBTQ movement.
“I have never spoken to her, nor will I,” Jenner told the New York Post.
“I try to be, for the LGBT community, the adult in the room,” Jenner said. “She is not. She is bouncing around all over the place. I have nothing in common with her.”
Jenner added: “The fringe is the worst thing that can happen to the trans community and the media only wants to report on that because of the sensationalization of it, and honestly, that’s got to stop.”
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Mulvaney, a biological male, teamed up with Anheuser-Busch and Nike last month, sponsorships that have infuriated Americans who vowed to boycott the companies and their products.
But Jenner has had issues with Mulvaney for months, beginning last October with Mulvaney’s campaign to “normalize the bulge” – referencing “women” who have male genitalia.
“Dylan …congrats you’re trans with a penis,” Jenner tweeted at the time.
Kid Rock, another celeb who protested Mulvaney’s partnership with Bud Light by opening fire on 12-packs of the beer, fought back and created Happy Dad seltzer – and collaborated with Jenner who urged people to switch beverages.
“You know why my tie to this brand @happydad didn’t tank it like the anheuser-busch controversy (The market cap so far has fallen nearly $6BILLION) In fact sales SKYROCKETED,” Jenner tweeted.
“Bc my support wasn’t some fake manufactured woke marketing move.”
You know why my tie to this brand @happydad didn’t tank it like the anheuser-busch controversy (The market cap so far has fallen nearly $6BILLION) In fact sales SKYROCKETED, bc my support wasn’t some fake manufactured woke marketing move.
— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) April 11, 2023
She told the Post: “I am glad the position I am at today that I can be a voice of reason about what is going on out there.”
Jenner launched Fairness First earlier this month, a political action committee dedicated to keeping transgender women from competing in sports with biological women.
Jenner has kept a high profile since announcing her transition in 2015, alienating many in the LGBTQ community for being a conservative.
That said, she wanted to clarify those on the right who don’t believe in gender dysphoria.
“I think the right sometimes doesn’t believe in gender dysphoria, that it is real. I have lived it,” she said.
“Every journey is different. My journey was very different,” she added. “I am not in a position where I can say to some parent struggling with a child what they should do. This is between the parents, the doctor, and the child. Keep government out of this issue.”
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