Caitlyn Jenner slammed for not mentioning Kardashians in ad: 'You use Hollywood angle only when it benefits you'

'Are you so hungry for another 15 minutes of fame that you'll shred what family you have left?'

                            Caitlyn Jenner slammed for not mentioning Kardashians in ad: 'You use Hollywood angle only when it benefits you'
Caitlyn Jenner speaks at the 4th annual Women's March (Getty Images)

Caitlyn Jenner's first political ad debuted on her social media accounts and social media users seem to have not one good thing to say about her or her campaign video. The former Olympic champion introduced herself to California voters as a Republican candidate for the governor's role. Not only did people have strong opinions about her and the video, but they were also quick to point out that there was not one mention of the Kardashian family or their reality show.

As Caitlyn went on to describe herself as a "dreamer", a "thoughtful disruptor" and one who wants to "carry the torch" for all the people affected by the pandemic and the state mandates, she openly attacked Democratic governor Gavin Newsom for his failures. But if opinions on social media are anything to go by, Caitlyn Jenner's announcement was far from a successful one.


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Caitlyn Jenner (Getty Images)

In her video, Caitlyn said, "California is facing big hurdles. Now we need leaders, who are unafraid to lead to new heights, who are unafraid to challenge, and to change, the status quo. I want to carry the torch for the parents who had to balance work and their child’s education, for business owners who were forced to shut down, for pastors who were not able to be with their congregation, for the family who lost their home in a fire, for an entire generation of students who lost a year of education."


Social media users didn't really resonate with a lot of Caitlyn's points. "Serious pass. Donating to @GavinNewsom today," one user tweeted. "#WhatILearnedToday At least Caitlyn Jenner is pretty much scandal proof. What are they going to do, accuse her being a drunk driving transvestite father of the Kardashians?" another said. 

It was also pointed out that Caitlyn hardly had any support from her own children. One user pointed out, "Said like a true Kardashian wanna-be! Funny how it's OK to use the Hollywood angle when it benefits you or your offspring. Your own children don't even support you in this! Are you so hungry for another 15 minutes of fame that you'll shred what family you have left?"

Caitlyn Jenner (Getty Images)

Yet others pointed out to her past. "remember when you were texting and driving and killed that woman" noting the infamous car incident that has been a staple of 'South Park' episodes.





No support from the Kardashian clan 

MEAWW previously reported how the Kardashian clan was not exactly thrilled about Caitlyn Jenner running for governor. In fact, Kris Jenner is reportedly also "very much against" any of her daughters supporting Jenner's latest political venture. "It has nothing to do with their personal history. It’s bad for business and Kris is trying to make sure her kids remember that," a source had revealed.

Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom, Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Kourtney Kardashian, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian, Caitlin Jenner and Kylie Jenner (Getty Images)

'Candace Owens of the trans community'

Ever since the announcement video, a lot of social media users became hostile. Her latest ideals and plans for California weren't reflected by the people. So much so that people apparently started disowning her. 

"Caitlyn Jenner is the Candace Owens of the trans community," one user crudely pointed out. "You do NOT represent the trans community. The Republican Party hates you because you are trans. Can’t you see that?" another tweeted. "Caitlyn Jenner is a damn joke to the trans community," another user said along similar lines.

Candace Owens speaks to guests during the NRA-ILA Leadership Forum at the 148th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits on April 26, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana (Getty Images)

"Caitlyn Jenner is a disgrace to the LGBTQ+ community. She’s such a poor representation of the trans community," another said.