Kendall Jenner denies reports she has spoken out on father Bruce's transition

Kendall Jenner has denied opening up on her father Bruce Jenner's decision to transition to become a woman. "How is it legal for someone to "quote" someone and publish it if in fact you never said what was quoted", the model tweeted on Wednesday afternoon.

She added: "Shame on US Weekly for making up quotes. I NEVER said those things. I never spoke to them."


Kendall Jenner on her dad Bruce: "Just because he's changing shoes now, so to speak, doesn't make him less wonderful"

Kendall had reportedly broke her silence while backstage at Comedy Central, almost two months after the first reports emerged that Bruce was undergoing a transformation. The 19-year-old is extremely close to her famous parents, sisters and half-siblings, who range in age from 17 to 35.

Kendall, who has walked for Balmain, Marc Jacobs, Chanel and Oscar de la Renta, usually jets around the world working on different projects or fronting high-profile campaigns.

When reportedly asked about what makes her angry, the California beauty defended herself and her famous family – the stars of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

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Kendall Jenner said she was "so proud" of all of her sisters

"When people say we don't work hard, that's just the biggest lie ever," said Kendall. "All of our family members are super dedicated to their work, and we all know how to commit ourselves to our jobs. It's a great quality to have, I think. A good work ethic goes a long way."

Judging by their TV appearances, it's safe to say that the Kardashian-Jenners are extremely close-knit, with Kendall counting her sisters Kylie, Kim, Khloé and Kourtney as some of her best friends.

"We are all very tight, and we tell each other everything," said Kendall. "I am so proud of all of them. I spend as much time with them as I possibly can."

Kendall Jenner also praised her famous family, saying they are "super dedicated to their work"

In January, Kendall's half-sister Kim, 34, voiced her support for the former Olympian during an appearance on Entertainment Tonight.

"I think Bruce is very happy, the happiest I've ever seen him," said Kim. "Of course we support Bruce 100 per cent. He's our dad so we support him no matter what, and I think when the time is right, he'll talk about whatever he wants to talk about."

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